The CIVICA alliance, of which CEU is a founding member, welcomes the decision of the European Court, which reaffirms the EU’s commitment to academic freedom in Europe.
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What does internationalisation mean in the CIVICA context? Why is internationalisation a core concept for the alliance? What are the challenges that internationalisation raises for our network of social science universities? To find answers to these questions, we interviewed Diana Iancu, Dean of the Faculty of Public Administration, SNSPA, and member of the CIVICA Management Team on behalf of SNSPA.
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SNSPA, together with the West University of Timișoara, with the backing of other major universities, academics and researchers from Romania and around the world – gathering an impressive number of 885 supporters – submitted to the Romanian Constitutional Court a legal point of view, a “friend of the court”, Amicus Curiae, in relation to the modified Law of education which forbids institutions to discuss gender issues.
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Alexandra Ioan is an alumna of two universities in the CIVICA alliance: SNSPA in Romania, where she completed her BA studies, and the Hertie School in Germany, where she completed an MPP and a PhD.
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CIVICA – The European University of Social Sciences has received funding to strengthen its research dimension from the EU’s programme Horizon 2020, under the chapter “Science with and for Society.”
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By joining forces with LSE’s community, CIVICA currently connects 50,000 students and 10,000 faculty members across Europe.
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A joint statement on social sciences in a time of crisis, from the Presidents of the partner institutions of CIVICA – The European University of Social Sciences.
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SNSPA will organize online registrations for this year admission for undergraduate and master's degree studies, on the official website of admission to SNSPA, admitere.snspa.ro.
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Thursday, April 2, 2020, the Rector of SNSPA, Remus Pricopie, participated in an online workshop with international experts in the field of education, to discuss and identify answers to the challenges facing global education during the crisis generated by the new coronavirus.
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More than 120 students from 60 cities around the globe gathered at the First World Youth Cyber Meeting on Coronavirus, organized by Scholas Occurrentes and blessed by Pope Francis.
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