Andrássy University Budapest (AUB)

Andrássy University Budapest (AUB)

Andrássy University Budapest relies on the tradition of the German language, especially in East and Central Europe. For AUB students, coming from more than 25 European countries, access to professors from around the world creates unique study conditions, not achievable otherwise. European topics, including issues such as integration, constitute the focus of research and instruction of all disciplines at AUB, with special regard to the countries of East and Central Europe and the Danube region.

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Baskent University

Baskent University

The Ankara-based university, established in January 1994, offers different educational programmes through its eleven faculties to around twelve thousand students. A highlight of the cooperation between the two institutes was the Knowledge Centre’s annual conference focusing on foreign and security policy, where two experts represented the university.

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Corvinus University of Budapest

Corvinus University of Budapest

Established in 2003 through the integration of several preeminent Hungarian institutions in the realms of economics, social sciences, and agricultural training, Corvinus University has a long history of education. With its three faculties, CUB offers its students a wide variety of bachelor and master’s degrees, nine PhD programmes, and a number of postgraduate courses.

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Consules

Consules

Founded in 2005, Consules is a non-profit organisation that realises international training programmes, using innovative didactic methods. It provides those wishing to work at international institutions with knowledge and expertise. Moreover, Consules assists its project participants to be successful in our very competitive world and aims to foster a more efficient educational culture that is in line with internationally recognised standards.

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CYBERSEC

CYBERSEC

Launched in 2015, CYBERSEC is a successful and well-established annual public policy conference dedicated to strategic security aspects of the global technology revolution. It has embraced the need for trust-based, multilateral and cross-sectoral cooperation. As a result, CYBERSEC is not just a conference, it is a thriving inter-national community that combines the knowledge and experience of experts and professionals.

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International Centre For Democratic Transition (ICDT)

International Centre For Democratic Transition (ICDT)

The International Centre for Democratic Transition is a Budapest-based non-profit organisation. The aim of the institute is to aggregate the conclusions of past and recent democratic transitions in the world. By sharing the positive and negative experiences of countries undergoing such transitions, ICDT hopes to provide assistance to those who are determined to follow the same path of democratisation.

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Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe (IDM)

Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe (IDM)

The Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe was founded in 1953 as a research institute for issues of the Danube Region. As an Austrian scientific institution, the organisation is dedicated to conducting research on the Danube region. Since 1993, when Dr Norbert Leser became President, and the 1995 election of President Dr Erhard Busek, IDM has been gathering momentum and widening its scope of research. As a result, the research of IDM currently covers the whole Central and South East Europe, as well as part of the Black Sea region.

Emirates Policy Center (EPC)

Emirates Policy Center (EPC)

The Emirates Policy Center is an independent think tank based in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates. The EPC was established in September 2013 during the turmoil of the “Arab Spring” to study internal and external threats to nation states in the Arabian Gulf region and the broader Arab world. The EPC aims to determine and forecast the impacts of geopolitical developments and changes in the global balance of power on the UAE and the region.

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Eötvös Lóránd University

Eötvös Lóránd University

Established in 1635, Eötvös Loránd University is one of the oldest institutions of higher education in Hungary. With its eight faculties, ELTE covers a uniquely broad spectrum of fields. Through its extensive national and international relations, ELTE provides students with opportunities to immerse themselves in their study and research both on the national and international level. Furthermore, ELTE offers a rich variety of pastime activities, while stressing the importance of forming a community of students.

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European Academy of Diplomacy (EAD)

European Academy of Diplomacy (EAD)

Established in 2004, EAD offers undergraduate, PhD, and leadership-level programmes of the highest quality. Famous for its methodology, internationality, and outstanding lecturers, it prepares diplomats, public officers, and leaders, as well as representatives of the business, academic, and NGO sectors to face the challenges of a rapidly changing and globalising world. Zbigniew Brzezinski and Professor Jerzy Buzek are among its honorary presidents.

Centre For European And North Atlantic Affairs (CENAA)

Centre For European And North Atlantic Affairs (CENAA)

CENAA is a Bratislava-based independent organisation focusing mainly on international relations and foreign and security policy. With its conferences, training and research programmes, as well as publications, the main goals of CENAA are to be a leading voice in discussing the strategic issues concerning Slovakia and the Euro-Atlantic region, contribute to the training of future foreign and security policy experts, and facilitate the stability and sustainable development of the region.

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EUROPEUM

EUROPEUM

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy is a non-profit, non-partisan Czech think tank, conducting research on European integration. By promoting the values of democracy, stability, freedom, and solidarity, EUROPEUM contributes to a proactive EU membership of the Czech Republic. EUROPEUM also provides researches, publications, and educational programmes, as well as new ideas and concepts for European and Czech policymakers.

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Fulbright Program

Fulbright Program

The Fulbright Program is a postgraduate educational, research fellowship, and exchange programme, founded by Senator J. William Fulbright in 1946. It is funded by the State Department of the United States, governments of participating countries, and the private sector. The basic purpose of the Fulbright Program is to facilitate mutual understanding between countries and provide opportunities for academic research and a professional exchange of thoughts. Hungary joined the programme in 1978.

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Hanns Seidel Stiftung

Hanns Seidel Stiftung

Named after Former Bavarian Prime Minister and CSU Chairman Hanns Seidel and established in 1967, the foundation embodies Christian-social values, which influence its work both domestically and abroad. The foundation’s political education work is based on the idea of incorporating the free development of personality and personal responsibility just as much as social responsibility and solidarity.

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Hello Tomorrow Hungary

Hello Tomorrow Hungary

Hello Tomorrow is a global organisation gathering a community of the world’s brightest talents who leverage science and deep-tech to create a better future. Hello Tomorrow initiates and propels collaborations between the world’s most promising projects and entrepreneurs, executives, and inventors to bring breakthrough technologies to market.

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International Relations And Security Affairs Resource Hub (IRSEC HUB)

International Relations And Security Affairs Resource Hub (IRSEC HUB)

IRSEC HUB is a project aiming to create a free online platform which collects fellowship programmes and distributes information on international relations and security affairs, focusing on the Visegrad region. The webpage provides a wide range of scientific publications and educational programmes organised by experts and partner institutions. All published materials are equipped with key words, including the author(s), institution(s), date and topic, so as to make the webpage more easy to use.

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Faculty of International And Political Studies, Jagiellonian University, Krakow

Faculty of International And Political Studies, Jagiellonian University, Krakow

Founded in 1364, the Jagiellonian University in Krakow is the oldest university of Poland. In 2013, the university was named the best institution of higher education in Poland, while its Faculty of International and Political Studies was chosen the best faculty on regional studies. It was established in 2000 and started its operation a year later as a result of the cooperation between the following four units: the Institute of Political Science, the Institute of Ethnic Studies and Polish Diaspora, the Institute of Regional Studies, and the School of Polish Language and Culture.

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Qatar University

Qatar University

Qatar University was founded in 1993, admitting a mere 150 students. Due to the rapid development of the country, the need to expand soon became evident. Consequently, Qatar University today is made up of seven colleges and more than 16.000 students. Addressing local and regional challenges are in the focus of both education and research. The university offers programmes in seven fields, including technology, arts, theology, and law studies.

Institute Of European Studies, Chinese Academy Of Social Sciences (CASS)

Institute Of European Studies, Chinese Academy Of Social Sciences (CASS)

The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences is the highest academic research institute focusing on social sciences in the People’s Republic of China. CASS was established in 1977 with the goal of advancing scientific research in the fields of philosophy and social sciences. The main academic divisions of CASS consist of philosophy, literature, history, economics, and law.

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Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS)

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS)

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, is a political foundation, which was named after German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer in 1964. The former chancellor’s work and personality shape the role of the foundation and its commitments. KAS operates two education centres and sixteen training centres in Germany. There are 80 further KAS offices worldwide maintaining more than 200 projects in over 120 countries. In Hungary, KAS started its operation in 1990 with a focus on democratic and market economy development, and on supporting the engagement of Hungary in the work of the European Union.

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Faculty of International Relations, University of Economics, Bratislava

Faculty of International Relations, University of Economics, Bratislava

The Bratislava-based University of Economics is one of the most important higher education institutions in Slovakia. Its faculty of international relations was established in 2000 with the aim of educating experts of high excellence who will join the decision-making of Slovakia on foreign affairs. The main foci of the faculty are economic diplomacy and international relations.

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Kuwait University

Kuwait University

Kuwait University was established as the country’s first national research university in 1966. The main priority of the university is the development of the knowledge base and national resources of Kuwait in order to provide the nation with leaders aware of the future and current needs of the country. Kuwait University currently offers bachelor and master’s programmes in sixteen different fields on five campuses to more than 36.000 students. The university launched its doctoral programme in 2010. Kuwait University wishes to achieve excellent results in research and public service with the appropriate implementation of modern technologies.

Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade

Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade

The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade is the legal successor of the Hungarian Institute of International Affairs. The institute is dedicated to carrying out research related to foreign affairs, organising courses and trainings, and laying the academic foundations for the democratic foreign relations of Hungary. In addition, the institute is involved in the analysis of global tendencies, European integration trends and the security, diplomatic, military and economic issues of the Central and Eastern European region. Finally, it is also engaged in the establishment of international partnerships.

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The Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM)

The Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM)

The Polish Institute of International Affairs is a leading and independent think tank that conducts original, policy-focused research. PISM provides advice to all branches of government and contributes to wider debates on international relations in Europe and beyond. PISM also publishes books and journals and houses one of the best specialist libraries in Central Europe. Situated in between the world of policy and independent expertise on international affairs, PISM promotes the flow of ideas that enhance the foreign policy of Poland.

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Hungarian Association of Military Science

Hungarian Association of Military Science

The primary objectives of the Hungarian Association of Military Science are to facilitate the development of Hungarian military science, promote the interests of its members, and embrace the intellectual heritage of the Military Science Commission founded in 1883 by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. MHTT seeks to put into practice the findings of military science, provide its members with academic training, and create a medium for publishing Hungarian researchers’ results in the field.

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The Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies (MDC)

The Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies (MDC)

The Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies (MDC) at Tel Aviv University is a non-partisan, interdisciplinary research centre. MDC regularly publishes short-form analyses of contemporary developments, as well as long-form monographs, hosts a series of events and activities, and provides support to affiliated researchers.

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The Italian Society for International Organization (SIOI)

The Italian Society for International Organization (SIOI)

The Italian Society for International Organization was established in 1944 in Rome to spread knowledge on international policy problems in order to ensure the set-up of a fair and peaceful international community, European unification, dissemination of knowledge, and the protection of human rights. Then Foreign Minister Alcide De Gasperi proposed its prompt adhesion to the World Federation of the United Nations Associations (WFUNA) which was then being established, thus making SIOI the first link to the world organisation. During its years of existence, SIOI has become one of the most important institutions of Rome’s cultural scene.

University Of Pécs

University Of Pécs

The institution that boasts the title of the oldest university of Hungary currently offers full-range higher education on ten faculties. It also serves as the knowledge centre of the region. The number of its students is around 24.000, which is ample motivation for the university to view talent management as a top priority. Besides its educational activities of high quality, research is a key area providing continuous development opportunities and international recognition for both its students and professors.

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Prague Security Studies Institute (PSSI)

Prague Security Studies Institute (PSSI)

The Prague Security Studies Institute is a non-profit NGO established in 2002 with the purpose of facilitating the unfolding of a just, secure, democratic, and free market-based society in the Czech Republic and the other post-communist countries of the region. PSSI is to create an expanding circle of experts who are committed to consolidating democratic values and institutions. Furthermore, PSSI finds it essential to prepare the next generation for the complicated security policy questions of the 21st century. To this end, it organises several events.

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QUANTUM LEAP

QUANTUM LEAP

The goal of Quantum Leap is the incubation and development of innovative business ideas and start-ups that are capable of inducing significant social changes. Technological innovations shape people’s thoughts, therefore, future generations will have an innovative approach toward economy. Sudden and unlimited profit-making will be replaced by new economic forms that are based on knowledge-sharing.

Sapientia Hungarian Faculty in Cluj-Napoca University of Transylvania

Sapientia Hungarian Faculty in Cluj-Napoca University of Transylvania

The Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania is the independent university of minority-status Hungarians in Romania. Its faculty in Cluj-Napoca was established in 2002. There are currently 300 students and around 50 instructors. The faculty offers BA and MA programmes in four areas of studies: environmental science, media, international relations and European studies, and law.

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Széchenyi István University

Széchenyi István University

Higher education is a centuries-long tradition in the city of Győr. Meanwhile, Széchenyi István University was established in its present form in 2002, with the various departments of its eight faculties and one institute located in Győr and Mosonmagyaróvár. Technical training is of great importance at the University, and a close cooperation has evolved with Audi Hungaria Motor Ltd. in this field. Economic, legal, healthcare, and music programmes are also popular, and since 2016, teacher training in Győr and agricultural and food sciences programmes in Mosonmagyaróvár have also been offered.

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New Generation Programme

New Generation Programme

The idea that the youth is essential to making changes in Hungary is the fundament of the New Generation Programme. Realised both in Hungary and the UK, the project, therefore, focuses on talent management, and supports the professional and personal development of university students and fresh graduates.

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Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies

Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies

The Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies is the political foundation of the European People’s Party and an EU think tank. Its primary goals include promoting Christian Democratic values, contributing to formulating national policies, convening political foundations of the member states, and facilitating political debates on the European Union. The Martens Centre also takes part in the preparation of EPP programmes and policy documents.

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