FEATURES:

SPP Students Start Classes in Vienna!

Students are settling into their new CEU Vienna Campus, for this winter semester. 

They are very happy with the Campus, their Dormitories and the city. 

LATEST NEWS:

SPP Associate Professor of Practice Kirsten Roberts Lyer has published Parliaments as Human Rights Actors: The Potential for International Principles on Parliamentary Human Rights Committees in the Nordic Journal of Human Rights.

Nick Sitter, SPP Professor and Andreas Goldthau (University of Erfurt, formerly of SPP) publish “Power, Authority and Security: the EU’s Russian Gas Dilemma” in the Journal of European Integration, on the EU’s policy dilemmas in the face of gas imports from Russia.

CEU is among eight prestigious European academic and research institutions offering transnational perspectives on governance issues of the 21st century, through ETGN's training and development partnership. 

The School of Public Policy (SPP) at Central European University (CEU) has become a new IPPA Member.  IPPA is the world’s leading association for the study of public policy and SPP joins a small galaxy of other policy schools.

CEU School of Public Policy's professor and former acting dean Martin Kahanec has been appointed by the Board of Trustees of Academia Europaea, the European Academy of Humanities, Letters and Sciences, as a member of its Section Committee of Economics, Business and Management Sciences. The appointment is effective as of January 1, 2020, and is for three years, renewable. 

Study at SPP:

Purpose Beyond Power: The School of Public Policy at Central European University

Meet the SPP Student Reps

Tuan Nguyen
Public Administration MPA 2-year
"Our cohort consists of 19 students from 14 nationalities, not to mention each person's complex cultural and intellectual upbringings. We are a strong group of individuals who care about each other and about the prosperity of our humanity. If you feel at home as I do in such a community, join us at SPP!"

February 18, 2019 5:30PM. 
Lecture by Michal Šimečka on "EU Mechanism on Democracy, the Rule of Law and Fundamental Rights: Launching a Key European Policy Agenda."
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