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Central European University relocates to Vienna

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Central European University with its approx. 1,200 students from more than 100 nations ranks among the most international universities in the world. The private university was founded in 1990 and offers post-graduate courses of studies in various social sciences, mathematics and law.
“It is very gratifying that our concerted efforts to find a new home for the renowned Central European University have borne fruit. In the university and scientific fields, our goal is to uphold democratic thinking, a guiding principle of the EU in addition to providing a high-quality education, states Heinz Faßmann, Federal Minister of Education, Science and Research.

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