• Study at CEU’s School of Public Policy: Let us conceive a better world together!

    Study at CEU’s School of Public Policy: Let us conceive a better world together!0

    The School of Public Policy (SPP) at Central European University (CEU) is a leading global institution, which is committed to inspire and empower its diverse student body and equip them with the knowledge, competences, and emotional intelligence to address complex real-world policy problems. We asked the Head of SPP, Martin Kahanec, to answer our questions about the graduate programs and scholarships his school offers. We also included several SPP students and gave them the opportunity to tell their stories.

    READ MORE
  • Build a Better World – Study Public Policy

    Build a Better World – Study Public Policy0

    The School of Public Policy at Central European University is a global institution committed to creating a community of purpose beyond power through multi-disciplinary study of public policy, innovative teaching and research, as well as meaningful engagement with policy practice. We had the opportunity to talk with the current Acting Head of the institution, Martin Kahanec, who answered our questions about his recent research as well as the graduate programs and scholarships his Budapest-based school has to offer.

    READ MORE
  • EU Member States struggle in teaching local language to refugees

    EU Member States struggle in teaching local language to refugees0

    Many European countries are facing the problems of lacking experience, quality materials and budget for teaching local language to asylum seekers.

    READ MORE
  • Basic income – Three centuries of discussion

    Basic income – Three centuries of discussion1

    Between unemployment, the refugee’s crisis, the rise of the extreme right and a possible Brexit, it is easy to see that the European Union has witnessed better times. Let’s try to look at the sunny side of politics. What if every EU citizens received an unconditional basic income? In other words, what if the EU distributed an income regardless of your social-economic status? This is what Finland, Switzerland and the EU more generally decided to inquire into.

    READ MORE
  • University responses to refugee crisis in Europe

    University responses to refugee crisis in Europe0

    In recent months, the EU has been extensively criticized for its inability to deal with Europe’s largest humanitarian crisis in the last decades. The Commission as well as the Member states received negative cover because of dedicating financial resources to border protection rather than integration of refugees. This op-ed describes how the Commission and universities across Europe could work together to integrate refugees in the EU’s societies.

    READ MORE

Latest Posts