International Partnerships

For CEU, partnerships with other universities are an essential part of our Open Society mission. CEU partners with institutions and universities across the globe, offering opportunities for our students, faculty and researchers to benefit from and contribute to the development of new knowledge in a wide variety of fields. Please find below more information on our department's partnerships with international institutions.

Joint projects

  • EurAsian Transformations - FWF Funded project with Austrian Academy of Sciences, and the universities of Vienna and Innsbruck
  • Multilingual Europe: Communicating (in) the Middle Ages - Erasmus+ KeyAction2 funded project in cooperation with Charles University, Prague, the University of Iceland, and the University of Southern Denmark
  • Erik Fügedi, a Central European historian – Centennial Workshop, in cooperation with ELTE, Magyar Történelmi Társulat (Hungarian Historic Society), and KSH (Central Statistical Bureau) in September 2016
  • Saint Piroska-Eiréné conference and publishing project (2015-2017) received financial support from the Ministry of Human Capacities
  • Pantokrator 900 - cultural festival in 2018 in cooperation with the Hungarian Institute in Istanbul and the Hungarian Embassy in Ankara

Cooperation agreements

  • University of Szeged - Cooperation agreement for mutual teaching of courses, common projects, summer university, internship modules with the CEU School of Interdisciplinary Historical Studies, with focus on the CEU Cultural Heritage Program
  • CEU-ELTE Medieval Library - CEU-ELTE Faculty of Humanities agreement establishing the library

Informal cooperation

  • with historians from the MTA BTK TTI for the digital edition of the medieval Hungarian laws online
  • MTA-ELTE Lendület Humanism in East Central Europe Research Group
  • Moholy Nagy Művészeti Egyetem (MOME), TechLab
  • Kitchen Budapest (KIBU innovation lab)
  • Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum (PIM)
  • Sapientia Monastic College
  • University of Pécs


  • Sub-commission of Urban History of the Historical Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences 
  • István Bárczy Foundation, Budapest City Archives 
  • OTKA/NKFI K 116594 Project (Hungarian Atlas of Historic Towns), hosted by the Institute of History of the Research Centre of the Humanities of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2016-2019 
  • Soproni Szemle, quarterly journal published by the Sopron City Embellishment Association (Soproni Városszépítő Egyesület) 
  • SAX project of Százhalombatta-Földvár Archaeological Site, Matrica Museum and Archaeological Park, Százhalombatta 
  • ELTE Medieval and Early Modern European History Department