Central European University
Central European University (CEU) is a private research university located in Budapest, Hungary. It was founded in 1991 by philanthropist George Soros, and its mission is to promote the principles of open society and democracy through high-quality education and research.
CEU was established in response to the collapse of communism and the desire for higher education opportunities in Central and Eastern Europe. Its founding was made possible through a $100 million grant from Soros’s Open Society Foundations.
The university originally focused on social sciences and humanities, but has since expanded to include a wide range of academic disciplines.
CEU is organized into several schools and departments, including the School of Public Policy, the Department of Philosophy, and the Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy.
The university’s main campus is situated in downtown Budapest, near the Danube River. The campus consists of several buildings, including the award-winning Frank Gehry-designed Raoul Wallenberg Guesthouse.
CEU offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs, including Bachelor’s, Master’s, and PhD degrees. The university is known for its rigorous academic standards and commitment to academic freedom.
Colleges and schools
CEU is organized into several colleges and schools, including the College of Humanities, the School of Public Policy, and the School of Business.
CEU has a diverse student body, with students coming from over 100 countries. The university offers a wide range of student services, including housing, counseling, and career services.
CEU does not have a formal athletic program, but students are encouraged to participate in recreational athletics and fitness activities.
Notable CEU alumni include former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, Ukrainian filmmaker Oleh Sentsov, and Hungarian philosopher Agnes Heller.
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