Central European University, Budapest
The Central European University (CEU) is the perfect location to explore ‘The Meaning of Politics’, as it was founded during the turbulent fall of the socialist bloc. The CEU is committed to promoting the values of open society and self-reflective critical thinking, aiming at excellence in the mastery of established knowledge and the promotion of democratization.
Photo credit: CEU. See CEU’s flickr album for more pictures of the stunning venue.
Located on Nador utca, CEU’s four campus building (N15, N13, N11, N9), including the brand new N15 and N13, will host the IAPSS 2017 World Congress. Access between the buildings is smooth, as they are interconnected (as seen above, right), and our lovely staff will be present during break hours in and around the campus to guide you towards the next event you wish to attend.
CENTRAL EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY, CAMPUS (N15, N13, N11 & N9)
Address: Nádor utca 9, 11, 13 and 15
For: Academic Sessions; General Assembly; Meeting Point (N9)
Rooms, N9: N9 Popper 102, N9 Gellner 103 (Entrance)
Rooms, N11: N11 MB 201 (Second floor)
Rooms, N13: N13 118 (First floor); N13 416 (Fourth floor)
Rooms, N15: Auditorium A (Entrance); N15 101, N15 103, N15 106 (First floor)
HOW TO GET THERE?
From Liszt Ferenc International Airport: Take the 200E from Terminal 2 to the Kőbánya-Kispest metro terminal. Then, board the M3 metro line to Deák Ferenc tér (direction Újpest Központ, tenth stop from the metro terminal). Estimated travel time: 40 minutes.
From Keleti Train Station: Take the M2 metro line to Deák Ferenc tér (direction Újpest Központ, third stop from the train station). Estimated travel time: 5 minutes.
From Nyugati Train Station: Take the M3 metro line to Deák Ferenc tér (direction Déli pályaudvar M, second stop from the train station). Estimated travel time: 3 minutes.
From Deák Ferenc tér: When you exit the station, walk towards the St.Stephen’s Basilica (visible from afar), turn left once you reach the square in front of the Basilica, cross it towards Zrinyi utca, which will lead you straight to the intersection with Nador utca, where stands CEU’s N9 building. Turning right on Nador utca will take you to N11, N13 and N15.
During break hours, you can enjoy the shores of the Danube (5 minutes by walk), the view from the rooftop of N15, or appreciate the beauty of St. Stephen Basilica (pictured below, left).
Photo credit: Danish Ali Latif