The Doctoral School
The Doctoral School is an academic community home to more than 50 permanent faculty members and over 100 doctoral students.
The Doctoral Program in Political Science was established by the Departments of Political Science, International Relations and Public Policy with the aim of contributing to a spirit of cooperation between faculty and students and foster the consolidation of a common academic community across the three departments. With the Department of Public Policy (DPP) being merged with CEU's School of Public Policy (SPP) in 2015, the constituting units of the Doctoral School became the Political Science and International Relations departments, and SPP.
The Doctoral School offers and administers the Doctoral (PhD) Program in Political Science. The PhD program aims to provide the theoretical and methodological skills necessary to facilitate a broader comparative perspective which will mediate and engage scholarship and practices from both European and non-European contexts. We expect applicants who are ready to meet the challenges of critical thinking, academic excellence, social responsibility and inter-contextual perspective.
You can browse the personal profiles of the faculty members affiliated with the School by using the left hand menu.In the same menu you can find more information about the School's staff members and PhD students as well.
The Doctoral School is governed by the Doctoral Committee (DC), which comprises the School Director, the five track representatives and a student representative. The School Director is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the program, both academic and administrative. The track representatives are responsible for the coherence of each track within the School.
In the 2017-2018 Academic Year the Doctoral Committee comprises the following members:
School Director: Andres Moles (POLS)
Comparative Politics track representative: Carsten Schneider (POLS)
Political Economy track representative: Laszlo Bruszt (POLS)
Political Theory track representative: Nenad Dimitrijevic (POLS)
International Relations track representative: Thomas Fetzer (IR)
Public Policy track representative: Cristina Corduneanu-Huci (SPP)
Student representative: Peter Visnovitz (IR track)
To learn more about the PhD program offered by the Doctoral School, please click on the "Doctoral Program" menu item in the top horizontal menu, or follow this link.