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New Intellectual Themes Initiative projects with faculty members of the Department of Political Science

August 24, 2017

New ITI projects with faculty members of the Department of Political Science

We are pleased to announce that the three new projects that the Selection Committee of the university-wide Intellectual Themes Initiative decided to support in its fourth round all include faculty members of the department.

We proudly congratulate Anil Duman, Judit Sándor, Zsolt Enyedi, Levente Littvay and Andres Moles as well as the teams of the newly selected projects and wish them lot of success in the implementation.

You can still apply till June 1, 2017 (23:59 CET*)

May 9, 2017

Final application deadline for self-financing applicants to the Department of Political Science Master's programs. All applications must be complete with relevant standard languge test scores (TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge, etc.).*

How to apply for our MA? Check it here.

Application tips from our PolSci student, Petr:

Congratulations to the winners of PolSci Alumni Fund Scholarship 2016/17

May 4, 2017

It is our great pleasure to announce the winners of our PolSci Alumni Fund Scholarship. We have received a number of very good applications and our departmental committee had a difficult time in selecting the winners. Let us congratulate all applicants, each of them came up with very innovative and engaging ideas on how to promote the department and our recruitment efforts. We hope we will be able to put many of these into practice.

CEU Ranks 42nd in World in Politics & International Studies, Ranked in Seven Subjects by QS

March 9, 2017

CEU's degree programs in the fields of politics & international studies among others represented by the Department of Political Science were ranked 42nd in the world and 6th in mainland Europe, according to the latest Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) subject ranking, published March 8, 2017. 

Roberto Castellar's review on "The French Revolution: From Enlightenment to Tyranny" by Ian Davidson

March 6, 2017

Political Science MA student Roberto Castelar authored this review for the London School of Economics LIT Fest 2017 Book Review: