Juliane Sophie Stein
Country of origin: Germany
“One of my major motivations for choosing CEU’s Department of Political Science was the attractive combination of excellence in teaching and research on the one hand, and the good range of scholarships on the other. The diversity in terms of both methods and topics investigated, which is reflected in both the wide-ranging curriculum and the diverse faculty, appealed to me. The personal contact with the faculty helps bring out the best in each of us; and my classmates, too, have been particularly helpful in forming my academic thesis. They never tire of raising critical questions and giving valuable advice.”
Central European University’s Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy and International Relations offers one of the largest, most international and most competitive programs in Europe, comprised of close to 50 permanent faculty members and over 100 doctoral students from about 40 countries. Specializations are available based on a system of tracks: Comparative Politics / International Relations / Political Economy / Political Theory / Public Policy
Generous scholarships available
CEU is committed to attracting talented students from around the world and provide generous scholarships and research grants based on merit. In 2015-2016, 85% of CEU students received financial aid.
How to apply
Apply before February 1, 2017 to study our degree program with a scholarship! Find out more about CEU’s programs, admission requirements and available funding options via the button below.