Apply to Gender Studies in 2019/20
Despite the fact that CEU's US-accredited programs have been forced out of Hungary and that Gender Studies programs have lost their Hungarian accreditation, please note that all programs of CEU's Department of Gender Studies will continue in 2019-20 and beyond under their US accreditation. In 2019-20, CEU will operate as a multi-campus university with new students enrolling in Vienna in close cooperation with the Budapest campus.
The Department of Gender Studies invites applications to the following programs in 2019/20:
One-year MA in Gender Studies
Two-year MA in Critical Gender Studies
MATILDA MA in Women's and Gender History
GEMMA MA in Women's and Gender Studies
PhD in Comparative Gender Studies
CEU Gender Studies offers intensive training in the interdisciplinary and dynamic field of gender scholarship in a unique environment with colleagues and teachers from around the world. For specifics on the Gender Studies Department and its programs, please see our website.
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ALL GENDER STUDIES MA AND PHD PROGRAMS CONTINUE UNCHANGED UNDER THEIR US ACCREDITATION
Statement from the Department of Gender Studies - October 16, 2018
The CEU Department of Gender Studies strongly condemns the recent annulment of the Gender Studies MA degree accredited in Hungary. In solidarity with Hungarian colleagues, we oppose this latest infringement on academic autonomy in the country.
The Department's MA and PhD programs will nevertheless continue unchanged under their US accreditation. While all two-year MA programs offered by the CEU Department of Gender Studies will, starting in 2019, lose Hungarian accreditation, the programs are also accredited in the US, State of New York. We welcome and encourage applications for 2019-20 in all our MA and PhD programs (see https://gender.ceu.edu/applying).
Read full statement HERE
The Department of Gender Studies strives to meet the growing demand for expertise in gender issues by providing both Master's and doctoral level programs in gender studies, as well as serving as a base for non-degree studies and other activities in the field. More