MINELRES: Deborah Harding scholarship for a Roma Student at CEU Public Policy Program

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Tue May 24 10:43:11 2005

Original sender: MPP Coordinator <mpp@ceu.hu>

Central European University
Center for Policy Studies
Master's Program in Public Policy


The Master's Program in Public Policy was launched in September 2004 by
the Center for Policy Studies. Designed to enhance the art of governance
and evidence-based policy-making, the program offers students an
interdisciplinary grounding in public policy analysis. Taught by members
of the university and visiting faculty, the program is an opportunity to
apply contemporary theories of public policy to real life problems,
especially those confronting post-socialist countries and other emerging

The Program is registered by the Board of Regents of the New York State
Education Department and awards the degree MA in Public Policy.

The 12-month program begins in September and consists of a taught
element, a master's thesis and an internship carried out at an
international organization, government department or similarly relevant
body. The curriculum combines an analysis of the economic, ethical,
legal and political dimensions of policy-making with case studies that
give students opportunities to pursue specific interests in more depth.

In 2005-2006 three streams of specialization will be offered on the MPP:

- Decentralized Governance
- International Public Policy
- Media, Information and Telecommunications Policy

Deborah Harding Scholarship for a Roma Student 2005-2006

In 2005-2006 the Master's Program in Public Policy (MPP) will offer a
scholarship for one Roma student. The scholarship will cover the full
CEU tuition fees and include a stipend for living expenses, and Roma of
any citizenship are eligible to apply.

In addition to submitting the regular CEU and MPP admissions documents,
candidates must provide a covering letter indicating their eligibility
for this scholarship. Further, a statement of motivation is required
outlining what experiences and knowledge the candidates have gained in
the field of public policy related to their Roma identity, and how they
would use the opportunity of studying at the MPP to reaffirm their
identity and promote the interests of the Roma.

Applications deadline: May 27, 2005

Language test scores must be included in the application documents.

Personal inquiries:


MPP Coordinator

Central European University
Center for Policy Studies
Budapest 1051
Nador u. 11, 3rd floor


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