Central European University (CEU)
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1989, by Open Society Foundations (OSF). Charter granted in accordance with laws of the State of New York (USA). Commenced activities in 1991, in Budapest and Prague (Czech Rep). From academic year 2003-2004, operates in Budapest only. Accreditation granted by CHE Middle States Commission on Higher Education, June 2004, Philadelphia PA (USA). Recognized as a Hungarian private university, Kozep-europai Egyetem (CEU); accredited by the Hungarian Accreditation Committee (MAB), Mar 2005, Budapest (Hungary).
As an internationally recognized institution of post-graduate education in social sciences and humanities: seek to develop and sustain open societies, democracy, rule of law, free markets, tolerance and political and cultural pluralism in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union and other parts of the world experiencing emerging democracy; serve as an advanced centre of research and policy analysis; facilitate academic dialogue and provide an environment in which the region's next generation of leaders and scholars can meet and interact.Available with paid subscription only.
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