Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the Central European University rating is 4.0. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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As my title indicates, I would say the most attractive and amazing thing about CEU was its diversity. Students from more than 100 countries come here every year to seek educational excellence and networking opportunities. Each and every classroom turn into this diverse learning experience where students share specific cases and issues from their home countries and then all come up with potential solutions together. For the first time in my life, CEU introduced me to such beauty in diversity. It taught me how diversity can be a tool of learning and engaging and I will be forever grateful to CEU for that.View more
It has great architecture but does lack natural environment with no outdoor areas. the faculty is great overall, highly qualified but some might not have the best English fluency. The administration is generally helpful to student concerns.View more
I really enjoyed my time studying in Budapest. It’s a great city, and I was exposed to a truly international community in a way I never would have been if I’d stayed in the US. The school has great polisci/IR/public policy departments, and is particularly good for scholars interested in post-Soviet space or Europe. CEU is good about giving funding to their students, so financially it’s a great option. You’ll also have access to some great professors. I got to work with a UN lawyer and an ex EU commissioner while I was there. If you’re seriously interested in applying, research their situation; the founder of CEU (George Soros) is an opponent of the current government in Hungary, and there has been some talk of the government trying to close it down.View more