Guest lecture in the CEU School of Public Policy's course: Law and Public Policy

April 1, 2021

On the invitation of the course instructor, Professor Marie-Pierre Granger, Tamas Barabas, Senior Legal Officer at the Public Interest Law Network (PILnet), and Atanas Politov, Europe Director for positive impact at Dentons law firm, delivered a joint online guest lecture in the Law and Public Policy course, on 24 March 2021.

Bernadett Sebaly Receives First-Year PhD Student Award

March 16, 2021

Bernadett Sebaly, a student at the Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy Track has been awarded the CEU Academic Achievement Award for First-Year Doctoral Students based on her exemplary coursework, first year of doctoral studies, and performance during the comprehensive exam at the end of the academic year. We congratulate Bernadett, and use the occasion to ask her a few questions:  

CEU Moves up the 2021 QS World University Rankings in SPP's subject areas

March 12, 2021

According to the 2021 QS World University Rankings by Subject, two CEU programs rank amongst the top 50 worldwide, with a further 3 in the top 100.

CEU President and Rector Michael Ignatieff said, “We are delighted by our improved Global Ranking in 1 Broad Subject Area and in 3 Subjects. These rankings are testament to the dedication of our faculty in providing CEU students with an outstanding learning environment.

Andrea Krizsan publishes the Routledge Handbook of Gender and EU Politics as co-editor

March 3, 2021

SPP Associate Professor Andrea Krizsan has published a handbook on gender and EU politics at Routledge as co-editor. Edited by Abels, Krizsán, MacRae and van den Vleuten the The Routledge Handbook of Gender and EU Politics maps the expanding field of gender and EU politics, giving an overview of the fundamentals and new directions of the sub- discipline,

Evelyne Hübscher gives interview to RTÉ on austerity and political polarisation

March 1, 2021

SPP associate professor Evelyne Hübscher has been interviewed by the Irish public radio (RTÉ) on her research on austerity and political polarisation.