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You can find SPP alumni all over the world, working in institutions in the multilateral, public, non-profit, and private sectors. SPP Alumni Relations works to help public policy alumni maintain their connections to others who studied public policy at CEU and to the broader CEU alumni community.

As of August 1, 2015, SPP includes the former CEU Department of Public Policy (DPP). SPP Alumni Relations serves alumni of the one-year MAPP, the Mundus MAPP, and the MPA.

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Read about our alumni

SPP Students, Alumni, Faculty, and Staff Celebrate Start of Academic Year

September 18, 2015
More than 80 incoming and returning students, alumni, faculty, and staff gathered at SPP on September 16 to celebrate the start of the 2015-16...

SPP in Nairobi: Experiencing Regional and Global Policy-making Firsthand

September 8, 2015

This summer, SPP alumna Rumbidzai Masango (MPA ’15) and students Corina Ajder and Balint Nemeth (both MPA ’16) embarked on exciting opportunities to work on key policy issues in Nairobi, Kenya. “The policy space in Africa is constantly changing,” noted Masango. “This is both exciting and frustrating. I like working in Nairobi because Kenya is an influential country in East Africa and is also near Addis Ababa, the melting pot of policy engagement in Africa.”

Alin Chindea Discusses Recent HEADSTART Report on Migration in Europe

May 8, 2015
In a public lecture at Central European University (CEU) on May 5, International Organization of Migration (IOM) research consultant and Department of Public Policy (DPP) alumnus Alin Chindea (MA 2006) presented the findings of the HEADSTART: Fostering Integration Before Departure project.