Hungarian Partnerships

For CEU, partnerships with other universities are an essential part of our open society mission. CEU partners with institutions and universities across the globe, offering opportunities for our students, faculty and researchers to benefit from and contribute to the development of new knowledge in a wide variety of fields. Partnerships with Hungarian institutions are of particular importance to CEU, which has called Budapest home for more than two decades. Below please find more information on our department's partnerships with Hungarian institutions.

Business School

Informal cooperation

Corvinus University: cooperation in one research project on anti-corruption in Central Eastern Europe, exchange of visiting lectures to Business School Center for Integrity in Business and Government.

Joint projects

ELTE, Humanities Initiative CEU grant, title of project "Histories of gift giving: from religious offering to bribing"

People 

Maciej Kisilowski

  • National University of Public Service 
  • Writing a back cover praise on Administrategia
  • Participating in the book launch, making concluding remarks 
  • Promoting the event, including inviting NUPS students to the event.

Bogel György maintains collaborations with

  • Szent István University
  • Károli Gáspár University
  • Metropolitan University
  • Eötvös Loránd University
  • University of Pécs

Péter Szilágyi collaborates with

  • Óbuda University, 
  • University of Debrecen, 
  • Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), 
  • Co-authored two books with Professor from Károli Gáspár University. 
  • Deputy Rector of Metropolitan University was the lector of most recent book.

Department of Economics

Informal cooperation

Between the faculty members of Corvinus University Investment and Corporate Finances Department (Befektetések és Vállalati Pénzügy Tanszék and CEU Department of Economics (Adam Zawadowski and Peter Szilagyi, Business School):

  • trading competition between CEU and Corvinus students using the Bloomberg trading room at Corvinus
  • CEU faculty (and students) attend Corvinus’ Liquidity conference, Corvinus faculty and students attend CEU’s finance-related seminars
  • finance related PhD students have committee members from Corvinus

Plans are drawn up to hold a finance research day for faculty and students to present their work to each other.

Other

  • CEU Department of Economics receives a grant from the CERGE-EI Foundation. The CERGE‐EI Teaching Fellowship program is aimed toward improving undergraduate economics education in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Under this umbrella, CEU is sending mostly MA and PhD students to teach at other universities. This helps Hungarian universities to relieve their budget constraints by teaching undergraduate, mostly core subjects. For the first time this year we are sending three fellows to Corvinus.
  • Prof. Gábor Kézdi was also on the PhD committee of four PhD students at Corvinus.
  • Prof. Robert Lieli frequently discusses papers at the annual conference organized by the doctoral school at Corvinus, as sort of a public service. And we have already invited Faculty from Corvinus to serve on the deissertationand MA thesis Committees at the department as external members.