The Alumni Relations team serves the university’s more than 16,000 graduates living and making history around the world. Our mission: to engage alumni in a lifelong, mutually-beneficial relationship with the university and its ever-growing global alumni network.
|Campus Services Group
The Campus Services Group is responsible for activities that serve the Campus’ operation.
|Career Services Office
CEU Careers plays a leading role in institutional efforts to ensure that the university's graduates are prepared to transform their CEU experience into meaningful professional engagement. CEU Careers partners with the diverse members of CEU’s student and alumni communities, offering guidance, support, and information as they develop and pursue personal visions for impact and success all over the world.
CEU Press was established in 1993. Reflecting the intellectual strengths and values of its parent institution, CEU Press publishes books on the political philosophy and practices of open society, history, legal studies, nationalism, human rights, conflict resolution, open media, gender studies, Jewish studies, economics, medieval studies, literature, and international relations.
|Community Engagement Office
The Community Engagement Office supports civic commitment activities at CEU.
The Culture Hub stimulates research and curricula development in the field of arts and culture and cultural policy, initiates culture-related debate within the university, and provides the CEU community with innovative arts events aimed at bringing together students from all disciplines, as well as academic staff and the Budapest public.
|Dean of Students Office
The Dean of Students (DoS) is the chief student affairs officer and reports directly to the University Provost. Responsible for providing vision to CEU’s division of student affairs, the Dean develops and supervises programs making it possible for students to realize their intellectual and personal potential, and for integrating student life experience with CEU’s mission.
The Development Office is responsible for securing philanthropic support for the University. This support comes from individuals, foundations and corporations. We work with current and potential donors to identify their interests in the CEU community and demonstrate the impact made by their contributions.
|Student Recruitment (Enrollment Management)
Central European University’s Student Recruitment Office is dedicated to finding the best candidates for our master’s and doctoral programs. Our vision is to discover ambitious and talented students who are passionate about contributing to the development of a dynamic, sustainable open society, about making a difference and who are looking for a unique academic experience. Our office is engaged in an extensive outreach program internationally and we also arrange special events and campus tours for potential candidates. The Student Recruitment team is available to answer questions and provide information regarding our master’s and doctoral programs as well as CEU's admissions procedure to help candidates make the best decision about their education.
|The Human RightS Initiative
The Human RightS Initiative (HRSI) is an awareness raising and capacity building organization based at Central European University (CEU). It was founded in 1999 by the students of the CEU Legal Studies Human Rights Program.
|The Office for Austrian Affairs
The Office for Austrian Affairs is responsible for increasing the perception of CEU as a highly recognized representative of excellent higher education and research in Austria. The Director liaises personally with Austrian authorities/governmental representatives and supports academic networking wherever requested. The office is also responsible for maintaining existing and developing new partnerships in Austria from a political and governmental perspective.
|The Office of the President and Rector
The President and Rector is the overall academic and administrative head of the university.
|The Office of the Pro-Rector for Social Sciences and Humanities
The Office of the Pro-Rector for Social Sciences and Humanities works with the Provost in the exercise of responsibilities in these academic areas with regard to both academic departments and research centers and oversees their day-to-day operations.
|The Office of the Provost and Pro-Rector
The Provost and Pro-Rector is the chief academic officer of the University. The Provost is responsible, under the direction of the President and Rector, for strategic development planning, developing educational and research objectives and plans of the University, and coordinating their implementation.