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1 Welcome to the Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy and International Relations Orientation session for PhD students 2010/2011

2 Heads of Departments Dorothee Bohle, PolSci bohled@ceu.hu Matteo Fumagalli, IRES fumagallim@ceu.hu Nick Sitter, DPP sittern@ceu.hu

3 Doctoral School Director Zsolt Enyedi enyedizs@ceu.huenyedizs@ceu.hu Track Representatives Comparative Politics (CP) – Carsten Schneider schneiderc@ceu.hu Political Economy (PE) – Achim Kemmerling kemmerlinga@ceu.hu Political Theory (PT) – Andres Moles molesa@ceu.hu International Relations (IR) – Erin Jenne jennee@ceu.hu Public Policy (PP) – Andreas Goldthau goldthaua@ceu.hu

4 School coordinator Kriszta Zsukotynszky zsukoty@ceu.hu Departmental coordinators: Julia Paraizs, IRES paraizsj@ceu.hu Aniko Hegedus, DPP hegedusa@ceu.hu Nikolett Jansik-Nemeth, Polsci nemethn@ceu.hu

5 Who to turn to Administrative queries: School coordinator Academic queries: Track Representative Website: http://www.ceu.hu/dshttp://www.ceu.hu/ds Further info: ds@ceu.huds@ceu.hu –School Coordinator –School Director

6 you 23 students from 14 countries selected out of 240 applicants from 65 countries

7 5 tracks, 3 departments, 1 school 5 tracks –Comparative Politics; International Relations; Political Economy; Political Theory; Public Policy 3 departments –International Relations and European Studies; Political Science; Public Policy 1 school –50+ Faculty –90+ Students –Degree, PhD in Political Science –Methodological training –Examination

8 Structure of Year 1 TracksPolitical Theory CreditsComparative Politics CreditsPolitical Economy CreditsInternational Relations CreditsPublic PolicyCredits Track specific courses (generic titles) New Institutionalis m 4Political Institutions 4Comparative Political Economy 4International Relations Theory 4Public Policy4 Democratic Theory 4Political Sociology 4International Political Economy 4International Security 4EU Governance and Public Policy 4 Political Philosophy 4Political Dynamics 4Political Economy of Development 4International Political Economy 4Public Administration 4 Advanced Topics 2 2 2 2 2 Track specific credits 14 Common courses General Methods 4 4 4 4 4 Prospectus Seminar 2 2 2 2 2 Course from other track 4 4 4 4 4 Research Seminar 0 0 0 0 0 Mandatory credits 24 Optional Minor Course from other track 4 4 4 4 4

9 Advanced topics Above core curriculum, two additional credits of the track are to be chosen from the category of courses labeled ‘Advanced Topics’. TrackTermProfessorTitle of courseCreditsType All tracksFallTamas RudasMathematical Statistics2 advanced topics (methods) All tracksFallTamas RudasSurvey Methodology2 advanced topics (methods) All tracksWinterLea SgierDiscourse analysis2 advanced topics (methods) All tracksWinterGabor TokaQuantitative Data Analysis2 advanced topics (methods) All tracksWinterThomas FetzerAnalysis of Change in Political Science2 advanced topics (methods) All tracksWinter Carsten Schneider Set-Theoretic Methods in the Social Sciences: Theory and Application 2 advanced topics (methods) All tracksSpringKenneth BenoitText Analysis2 advanced topics (methods)

10 TrackTermProfessorTitle of courseCreditsType Comparative Politics Winter Herbert Kitschelt Comparative Politics and Political Economy 2 advanced topics Comparative Politics Winter Phillippe Schmitter Contending Theories of European Integration 2 advanced topics International Relations Winter M. Fumagalli, P. Roe, E. Jenne, M.Merlingen, X.Kurowska Conflict, Security, and Development2 advanced topics International Relations FallIrina PapkovaReligion and International Relations2 advanced topics International Relations FallLaszlo CsabaPolitical Economy of the EU4elective Political Economy Winter Herbert Kitschelt Comparative Politics and Political Economy 2 advanced topics Political TheoryWinterZoltan Miklosi Applied Political Theory: Political Theory and Public Policy 2 advanced topics Political TheoryWinterJanos Kis Reading Seminar: Kant's Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals 2 reading seminar Public PolicyWinter Achim Kemmerling Policy Reform and Failure2 advanced topics Public PolicyWinterZoltan Miklosi Applied Political Theory: Political Theory and Public Policy 2 advanced topics

11 Progress and upgrade GPA: 3.33 Comprehensive Examination –Week of 11 April 2011 –B+ Prospectus and Prospectus Defense –10 June, 2011 and 17-22 June, 2010 –B+

12 Supervision Temporary supervisor, Permanent supervisor, Supervisory Committee For advice on course-choices you can rely on your temporary supervisor and on the track representative In designing your prospectus you will be helped by your supervisor and the instructor of the Prospectus seminar (Gabor Toka)

13 Research groups: Political Economy Research Group (PERG) Political Behaviour Research Group (POLBERG) Global South Research Group (GSRG) International Relations Research Group Energy Policy Research Group Research centers: Center for European Research (CEUR), Center for the Study of Imperfections in Democracies (DISC), Asia Research Initiative (ARI), Center for Policy Studies (CPS), Center for Media and Communication Studies (CMCS), Center for EU Enlargement Studies (CENS) Informal reading group in political theory CEU Political Science Journal Beyond the courses

14 Academic Calendar Available on the website September 13 - 17 : zero week, one introductory class September 17, 3 pm: Opening Ceremony September 20 - December 10: fall semester October 11: study plan submission January 10 – April 1: winter semester February 26: choose permanent supervisor, submit title of your research April 4 – June 15: Spring session (one course is offered: Benoit) April 11-15: comprehensive exams April 28-30: presentation of your work at Annual Doctoral Conference – all departments are invited June 10: prospectus submission June 17, 20-22: prospectus defense

15 External links Ph.D. Network with the European University Institute, Instituto Italiano di Scienze Umane, London School of Economics and Political Science, Pompeu Fabra, Sciences Po and Humbodt University: doctoral conferences Corvinus University: doctoral conferences, teaching opportunities University of Siena: free exchange

16 What next? Reception: 13 September 4 pm, foyer in front of MB 203 Introductory classes: Tamas Rudas - Survey Methodology 14 September, 10 am in FT 908 Irina Papkov – Religion and International Relations 28 September, 5:20 pm in FT 309


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