Universitas Europae Mediae

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Central European University
Universitas Europae Mediae

CEU logo
CEU logo
Vulgo: Central European University

Condita 1991
Forma Privata
Dos €1 400 000 000[1]
Rector Shalini Randeria
Discipuli ca. 1500[2]
Locus Vindobona, Austria
Colores      [3]
Situs interretialis ceu.edu

Universitas Europae Mediae (Anglice Central European University) est privata investigationis institutio in Austria, Hungaria, et Civitatibus Foederatis Americae, cuius campi Vindobonae et Budapestini siti sunt. Universitas nota est propter momentum suum magnum in scientiis socialibus humanitariisque et studiosos e diversis terris oriundos.[4][5][6][7]

Universitas Europae Mediae a Georgio Soros procuratore, activista politico, et philanthropista, anno 1991 condita est, qui eam in dote $880 decies centena millia dote praebuit, unum ex universitate faciens ditissimus in Europa.[8] Praecipua missio universitatis aperta est societatibus, ob arctam eius societatem cum Fundationibus Open Societatis.[9] Universitas in Media Europa condita est propter percipiendam necessitatem liberae et internationalis universitatis in regione, intuitu ruinae socialistarum et democratizationis.[10][11]

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Labi, Aisha (2 May 2010). "For President of Central European U., All Roads Have Led to Budapest" 
  2. "Students – Central European University". Central European University. 2017 
  3. "CEU Refreshes Its Visual Identity". Central European University. 4 June 2013 
  4. Lydia Gall (25 Octobris 2018). "Central European University". Human Rights Watch .
  5. "Politics & International Studies". 25 Februarii 2020 .
  6. Abbott, Alison (2017). "Elite Hungarian university may be saved". Nature News .
  7. "Elite university could close | DW | 20.04.2017". Deutsche Welle .
  8. "Losing the Central European University would be a tragedy for Hungarian public life". 10 Aprilis 2017 .
  9. "Rethinking Open Societies: Schools and Departments". Central European University 
  10. Laczó, Ferenc (March 1, 2020). "The Tragedy of Central European University". Current History (University of California Press) 119 (815): 83–88 
  11. "EVROPAEUM SUMMER SCHOOL SPEAKERS BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES" 

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