The Department of Political Science is committed to sustaining a geographically diverse and multicultural student body. To further this goal, the department accepts financial aid applications from students from all over the world. All accepted PhD candidates are fully funded positions. The department is proud that about 90% of the MA students receive some kind of financial support that can range from partial tuition waiver to a full scholarship for the duration of the program. CEU has a merit- and need-based scholarship program, open to all applicants.
CEU Stipends, Tuition Waivers and Grants
The department offers a number of financial aid packages.
Click on the main CEU Funding and Fees webpage to learn more about finances.
Funding opportunities other than CEU
Since our number of stipends and tuition waivers is limited we do encourage students to explore funding opportunities available through their home universities, non-governmental organizations and government sources. Good places to start the search:
Here are some helpful links:
-OSF/CEU scholarship "Civil Society Leadership Awards" https://civilsocietyleadershipawards.submittable.com/submit
- Visegrad Scholarship Programme(VSP): http://visegradfund.org/scholarships/
- Bursa Hungarica: http://www.emet.gov.hu/hatter_1/bursa_hungarica/
The Hungarian Ministry of Human Resources offers a number of scholarship packages for those with a residence in a Hungarian locality.
- Searching the pages of the Institute of International Education can be another option: http://www.iie.org/
- The link of Institute for Humane Studies also looks promising:http://www.theihs.org/scholarships