The call for applications for the Roma Graduate Preparation Program 2021/22 academic year is open !

January 21, 2020

Application for the  2021/22 is open 

The Roma Graduate Preparation Program (RGPP) is an intensive 10-month program that prepares outstanding Roma graduates with an interest in social sciences and humanities to compete for places on Master's-level courses at internationally recognized universities.

It is a unique opportunity for those who want study in an international environment and who want to be prepared for future studies in any Master’s program at Central European University or elsewhere. Over the last 16 years more than 243 Roma students from 24 countries passed through RGPP.

Read more about the application requierements here  

Start your Application here

To have more information about why our Alumni would recommend you to join the program, please watch the videos below:

Albania

https://youtu.be/qMj39c7GYD8

 Bosnia and Herzegovina

https://youtu.be/tfrvSe00-68

 Czech Republic

https://youtu.be/74xy36aBHVk

 Hungary

https://youtu.be/2ZAH5oo5wfo

 Kosova

https://youtu.be/5ooGeEd1WiA

 N. Macedonia

https://youtu.be/HWTAmlS5bZQ

 Romanes

https://youtu.be/LQVQ24tattg

 Romania

https://youtu.be/6uTxpmpZOcY

 Serbia

https://youtu.be/yMC_N5umBYo

 Slovakia

https://youtu.be/0kKOcPca_bw

 Turkey

https://youtu.be/iL7sQ6khrXY

 Ukraine

https://youtu.be/_YcZLlomSmk

 

 Program Outline

The RGPP prepares students for further studies in their chosen field through intensive academic tutoring in disciplines such as Economics, Gender Studies, History, International Relations and European Studies, Law/Human Rights, Nationalism, Political Science, Public Policy and Public Administration, or Sociology, Social Anthropology and Nationalism Studies (additional disciplines may be offered).

It raises their English to a level necessary for post-graduate study through intensive English language training, and also provides them with post-graduate level academic writing, critical thinking and study skills.

Participants in the program gain first-hand experience of the core degree programs of CEU, through the auditing of CEU Master's level classes.

Students are also engaged in critical debates regarding the political, economic and social condition and status of Roma through seminars that combine the study of history and identity with recent developments in the politics of governing Roma communities in the region.

 Program Dates

The RGPP's academic year runs from September until middle of June. This is a full-time program, and students are expected to be in Budapest ( Fall and Spring terms) and in Vienna ( Winter term) for the duration of all the semesters.

 Financial Support

All enrolled students receive full scholarships for the entire period of the program. The financial aid covers travel to and from Budapest and Vienna, tuition and fees, accommodation in the CEU Residence Center and student housing in Vienna, health insurance, study materials, and living expenses (in accordance with the standard of living in different cities) .

 

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