Open Society Fund would like to inform you about the spring seminar of the Summer School of Economics, which will be organised on April 6-9, 1997 in Debe, near Warsaw.
A course: "Microeconometrics - the econometrics of cross-section and panel data" will be offered by Prof. Stephen Pudney of the University of Leicester, U.K.
Each applicant should fulfil the following conditions:
- To be a university faculty member or a last year student. In the latter case the applicant has to provide a proof that she/he will be employed at the university at a teaching/research position.
- To have a good command of English
- To have a basic knowledge of statistics and econometrics
- To provide letter of recommendation from a person able to judge the candidate` professional qualifications.
All application forms pleas contact: Summer School of Economics, Open Society Fund, Staromestská 6, 811 03 Bratislava, tel.: 07/5314 730, 5316 913, 5318 867, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SUMMER UNIVERSITY at CEU
CEU announces the Summer University courses for university professors and professionals in Budapest (and Warsaw) in July 1997
Archives: MODERN ARCHIVES APPRAISAL METHODOLOGY AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES FOR ELECTRONIC RECORDS (30 June - 11 July, 1997)
Economy: LABOR MARKETS AND THE APPLIED MICROECONOMICS OF TRANSITION (30 June - 11 July)
Economy and Environmental Sciences: ECONOMICS AND ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS (30 June - 11 July)
Environmental Sciences: (1) ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT IN TRANSITION COUNTRIES - WHAT IS INVOLVED IN ITS INTRODUCTION (30 June - 11 July) - in Warsaw, (2) ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT AND STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT IN TRANSITION COUNTRIES: AN DVANCED CUSE FOR PRACTITIONERS (14 - 25 July)
Gender Studies: PERFORMING GENDER: CULTURALSTUDIES, LITERARY THEORY AND VISUAL ARTS IN EAST CENTRAL EUROPE AND TH FORMER SOVIET UNION (30 June - 11 July)
History: OUT OF THE GHETTO: JEWISH TRADITION IN CRISIS (30 June - 18 July)
Legal Studies: (1) LAW, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND SOCIAL CHANGE (18 - 29 August), (2) LEGAL THEORY AND TRANSITION IN EASTERN EUROPE (11 - 29 August), (3) MINORITY RIGHTS AS A BRANCH OF HUMAN RIGHTS ( 30 June - 11 July)
Library Sciences: LIBRARIES AND INTERNET (14 - 25 July) Media: MASSMEDIA AND DEMOCRACY (30 June - 18 July)
Medieval Studies: (1) CAUCASUA: A UNIQUE MEETING POINT OF ANCIENT CULTURES (FROM THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES TO HTE CAUSASIAN WARS) (30 June - 11 July), (2) CULTURAL HERITAGE IN DANGER (1 - 30 July)
Philosophy: RATIONALITY IN THE POST-FOUNDATIONALIST AGE (7 - 25 July)
Political Science: (1) THE INSTITUTIONS OF NEW DEMOCRACIES: DO THEY MATTER? (14 - 25 July), (2) THE MORAL FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICS (30 June - 18 July)
CEU Systems Laboratory: AN ELECTRONIC "DISTANCE LEARNING LEARNING" COMPLEX SYSTEM SUMMER SCHOOL IN BUDAPEST (30 June - 25 July)
University Administration: HIGHER EDUCATION POLICY AND INSTITUTIONAL DECISION MAKING (14 - 25 July)
For more detailed information about particular courses please contact:
Open Society Fund Bratislava, Staromestská 6, 811 03 Bratislava, Tel./Fax: 5314 730, 5316 913, E- mail: email@example.com
or SUN office in Budapest: E-mail:
mailing address: Nador u. 9, 1051 Budapest, Hungary
APPLICATION DEADLINE: end of January 1997
PRE POSTGRADUANTOV NA CEU
The Central European University Foundation Invites applications for Post-Graduate Fellowships For the 1997/98 Academic Year. The Central European University (CEU) is an international institution for post-graduate study and research. CEU also promotes educational development and policy-making throughout Central and Eastern and the former Soviet Union (CEE/fSU). CEU has a provisional charter from the Board of Regents of the State of New York.
UP TO 500 FELLOWSHIPS are available to qualified candidates from Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union on a competitive basis. These fellowships packages cover the USD 11,000 tuition, housing, travel costs and a monthly stipend. A limited number of full or partial scholarships are also available for top students from countries outside of CEE/fSU:
Master`s and Doctoral`s Programs*
Budapest, Hungary: Economics - MA (2 year program, year at the University of Essex, UK), Environmental Sciences and Policy - Msc, History - MA, International Relations and European Studies - MA, Legal Studies - Comparative Constitutional Law - LLM, SJD (accreditation pending), International Business Law - LLM, SJD (accreditation pending), Medieval Studies - MA, PhD, Political Science - MA
Warsaw, Poland: Sociology - MA
Interdisciplinary Certificate Programs
Budapest, Hugary: Gender Studies, Social Theory, Southeast European Studies
Minimum entry requirements: a university or college degree and English proficiency.
Additional departmental requirements may apply.
For additional information and applications material, please contact:
Open Society Fund, Staromestská 6/D, 811 03 Bratislava, Slovakia
Please note, PhD and SJD programs are open to selected graduates of the respective CEU Master`s program
Application deadline: February 1, 1997