OSF Network Scholarship programs promote the development of social sciences and humanities in Armenia, hence, foster the establishment of an open democratic society in Armenia. They provide Armenian citizens with opportunities for better access to information, exposure to a Western-style educational system, as well as offer possibilities for establishing ties with their colleagues from other countries that lead to cooperation and exchange of experience.To learn about OSF’s Network Scholarship programs, please visit their website.
From 2014 for Armenian citizens OSF will offer master and doctoral programs in social sciences and humanities at Central European University, Budapest, Hungary. The university also offers short summer courses on various topics. Below is detailed description.
Central European University Program (CEU)
Central European University (CEU) is an internationally recognized US degree granting institution of post-graduate education in social sciences and humanities. CEU offers Master’s and Doctoral (PhD, SJD) programs in English in the following areas: Economics, Environmental Sciences and Policy, Gender Studies, History, International Relations and European Studies, Legal Studies (including Human Rights), Mathematics and its Applications, Medieval Studies, Nationalism Studies, Philosophy, Political Science, Public Policy, Sociology and Social Anthropology, as well as several programs in Business and IT Management offered by the CEU Business School. Application process generally begins in December.
Central European University Summer School
CEU’s Summer University program hosts high-level, research-oriented, interdisciplinary and innovative academic courses as well as workshops on policy issues for professional development in the social sciences and the humanities. Courses involve distinguished international faculty (including CEU professors), and excellent advanced doctoral students, junior or post-doctoral researchers, teachers and professionals as participants.
Course offerings cater for the various needs of academic and professional development across a wide spectrum of disciplines. These include anthropology, cognitive science, comparative religion, cultural studies, environmental sciences, international relations, legal studies, philosophy, political science, public policy, sociology etc. Application process generally begins in January.
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