The Nationalism Studies Program at CEU

Dear Colleague,
This is a kind reminder that only two weeks are left to apply for scholarships in ourNationalism Studies programs at the Central European University (CEU). Let me once again express my gratitude for the fact that in previous year(s) you wrote letters of recommendation for students applying to the Department of Nationalism Studies at CEU. I hope our call may in turn benefit some of your current students. If you know students interested in pursuing postgraduate studies in Nationalism Studies in a truly international environment, please pass them this information. Your help is very much appreciated.
The Nationalism Studies Program at CEU invites you to apply for its one- and two-year MA program, taught in English, in a highly international environment. The one-year MA program is and the two-year MA has double, U.S. and Hungarian accreditation.
Our department offers a wide range of financial assistance for prospective students. About 90% of the students at the Nationalism Studies are granted some kind of financial aid, ranging from tuition waivers to full stipends. Our outstanding student/faculty ratio ensures the opportunity for professional development for each and every student and we aim to foster critical thinking and analytical skills through debates, workshops, seminars, and conferences.
Our program is inherently and fundamentally interdisciplinary. The international teaching staff represents a wide range of disciplinary expertise relevant to the study of nationalism including history, social theory, economics, legal studies, sociology, anthropology, international relations and political science. The program offers a wide selection of courses that provide a complex theoretical grounding in problems associated with nationhood and nationalism combined with advanced training in the methodology of applied social science.
Located in the lively and fascinating city of Budapest, the Central European University offers not only a unique experience of postgraduate studies in a dynamic and highly international graduate school environment, but it also enables students to achieve a successful international career. Our program has an excellent placement record and targets both future academics and students who wish to pursue professions in non-academic jobs such as civil service positions, the news media, NGOs, political and cultural organizations, and private businesses.
Attached you can find our brochure and a call for the current application season. The deadline for applications is February 1, 2018 so if you think you may be interested in our MA programs, or have further questions, do not hesitate to contact us. We are looking forward to hearing from you.
Thank you very much for your time.
Best wishes,
Michael L. Miller
Head, Nationalism Studies Program
Central European University