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Admissions UPDATE February 2, 2018

UPDATE February 2, 2018.

The initial check that determines whether the application is complete and all required documents have been provided by the deadline, whether the application meets the formal requirements and whether the applicant is eligible to apply for the program has been completed. The reject decision for those applicants who failed the formal review has been made available in the applicant portal. No available decision means having passed the formal review.

Reasons for rejection in this round included, among others:

View a Webinar with the Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy

On January 10, 2018 the Central European University hosted a webinar for potential students and applicants. The webinar was hosted live, and the recording is posted online here. Online participants of the webinar were able to ask questions which were answered by staff of the Department of Environmental Sciences, Policy and Management.

Publication announcement: Organic Sovereignties Struggles over Farming in an Age of Free Trade by Dr. Guntra Aistara

Dr. Guntra Aistara of the Central European University's Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy has published a book through the University of Washington Press. It will be available for purchase in April 2018. 

The book is entitled 'Organic Sovereignties: Struggles over Farming in an Age of Free Trade.

About the book:

Student Conference 2017: There is no Planet B - Solutions for Planet A

On Friday December 15, 2017 the annual student conference was held for first semester MESPOM and one-year ESP students. Each December in the final weeks of the winter semester, the students of the Environmental Sciences and Policy department at CEU host a conference they have organized themselves. The conference is organized into sessions, with each of the student presenting their own research paper they have worked on over the previous months.

Call for Applications 2018-2020

 

Lund University – Central European University – University of the Aegean – University of Manchester

University of Saskatchewan – Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey 

Savannah Carr-Wilson ‘17 (Canada) co-authors a report on a new water law in Canada

Current MESPOM student, Savannah Carr-Wilson ‘17 (Canada), has co-authored a report titled ‘Awash with Opportunity: Ensuring the sustainability of British Columbia’s new water law’. The report provides an analysis of the potential of this new water law: the Water Sustainability Act.

Yuliya Voytenko ‘07 (Ukraine) secures SEK 3 million for research project!

Yuliya Voytenko ‘07 (Ukraine) has been granted SEK 3 million from FORMAS (the Swedish Research Council) for a 3-year project Sharing and the City (2016-2018). Yuliya is currently a researcher at the International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE), a MESPOM Consortium partner. Her project will contribute to our understanding of urban sustainability challenges through an analysis of the role of cities in sharing.

Congratulations, Yuliya!

Apply now for MESPOM 2017-2019!

The MESPOM Consortium of six universities

– Lund University (Sweden), the University of Manchester (UK), Central European University (Hungary), the University of the Aegean (Greece), the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (USA), and the University of Saskatchewan (Canada) –