While being well-known for its academic excellence, CEU is also committed to providing a student-centered environment. CEU caters for students a wealth of resources that bring them closer to success in their studies and professional development. CEU is also proud of its vibrant multicultural community, where students from many different countries can feel equally welcome.
CEU Library hosts an excellent English language law collection – both printed and electronic, as well as extended resources in other related areas of humanities.
The Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives (OSA) is an archival laboratory, collecting, preserving, and making openly accessible documents related to recent history and human rights.
The Human RightS Initiative (HRSI) is an awareness raising and capacity building organization based at Central European University (CEU). It was founded in 1999 by the students of the CEU Legal Studies Human Rights Program.
In addition to its comprehensive financial aid packages, CEU offers other types of financial support for enrolled students in forms of research and conference grants and academic awards.
The Center for Academic Writing offers foreign language courses taught by highly experienced and qualified teachers.
The Student Records Office (SRO) provides a wide array of services related to the academic aspect of studying at CEU, such as official and unofficial transcripts, certificates of enrollment, information on diplomas, and information on Apostille procedure.
The integrated Alumni Relations and Career Services unit coordinates all alumni and career support programs. It also provides the primary means of communication between students, alumni, employers and the University.
The CEU Medical Center is open to all students. Access to the Medical Center requires a valid student ID and a medical insurance card.
For more information on CEU’s student services, see the Student Life website on the main CEU page.