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SPP Faculty contributes to the Regional Academy on the United Nations (RAUN)

September 4, 2019

The Regional Academy on the United Nations (RAUN) trains young scholars in issues related to the United Nations and international cooperation. The Academy combines lectures and workshops with practical hands-on-experiences. All lectures are given by high-ranking experts and practitioners who share their rich experience with participants in an informal setting. 

SPP Change in Leadership

August 22, 2019

SPP welcomed back Professor Diane Stone, in a new role as Acting Dean, on August 1st, 2019.  She takes over the role from SPP Professor Martin Kahanec.

Interview with Klaus F. Zimmermann, George Soros Visiting Chair and President of the Global Labor Organization

July 11, 2019

Klaus F. Zimmerman has a global record of excellence in research, teaching, policy advice, engagement in the diffusion of knowledge to society and academic networking. He was also building up, leading and restructuring large academic institutions. RePEc ranks him among the top 0.2% on its world list of over 50,000 economists. Strongly committed to evidence-based policymaking, he regularly writes in leading international media and advise governments and institutions.

Congratulations, SPP Class of 2019!

June 24, 2019

Nearly half a thousand Master's students and 60 doctoral students, accompanied by their family members and friends, filled the auditorium at the Palace of Arts in Budapest, as Central European University (CEU) conferred graduate degrees on the CEU class of 2019. 

Among these, 48 candidates for the Masters' degrees from the School of Public Policy (SPP) and several doctoral candidates graduating from the Public Policy track of the Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy and International Relations contributed to the university's 28th graduating class.

CEU Ranks Among the World’s Top 100 Universities, 41st and 44th in SPP's fields

June 24, 2019

CEU ranks 41st and 44th in the world, respectively in the subject areas of Politics and International Studies, and Social Policy and Administration, in which CEU School of Public Policy contributes.

"I am most proud of my colleagues, who in spite of the challenges related to their Alma Mater being forced out of Hungary have shown exemplary resilience and continued to teach and research at the highest international standards," said Martin Kahanec, Acting Dean of SPP.