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Admissions UPDATE February 2, 2018

UPDATE February 2, 2018.

The initial check that determines whether the application is complete and all required documents have been provided by the deadline, whether the application meets the formal requirements and whether the applicant is eligible to apply for the program has been completed. The reject decision for those applicants who failed the formal review has been made available in the applicant portal. No available decision means having passed the formal review.

Reasons for rejection in this round included, among others:

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The MESPOM Consortium of six universities

– Lund University (Sweden), the University of Manchester (UK), Central European University (Hungary), the University of the Aegean (Greece), the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (USA), and the University of Saskatchewan (Canada) – 

Article published by Alvin Chandra '10 (Fiji) and Professor Petros Gaganis (UoA)

Alvin Chandra'10 (Fiji, Pacific Islands) and MESPOM professor Petros Gaganis (University of the Aegean) published an article, entitled "Deconstructing Vulnerability and Adaptation in a Coastal River Basin Ecosystem: A Participatory Analysis of Flood Risk in Nadi, Fiji Islands", in the journal 'Climate and Development'.

Martin Kahanec (Public Policy) publishes an article on potential flows to the enlarging EU from Ukraine, Croatia and other eastern neighbors

Martin Kahanec, Associate Professor at the Department of Public Policy, publishes an article on "Projections of Potential Flows to the Enlarging EU from Ukraine, Croatia and other Eastern Neighbors" in IZA Journal of Migration.

2014 Student Policy Conference “Crisis and Transition”

On December 19th, the final day of the semester, the CEU Environmental Sciences and Policy department MSc students held the 2014 Student Policy Conference “Crisis and Transition”. As elaborated by the Conference Organization Committee, which was made up of ten students responsible for coordination and implementation of the conference, the conference theme referred to the many environmental crises our world faces today.

MESPOM 2015 and beyond

Exactly 10 years ago MESPOM started as one of the first Erasmus Mundus (EM) Masters courses. It felt very special and exciting to pioneer joint European education: selecting students from diverse countries and backgrounds, designing courses based on complementary competences of the partners, setting up common academic quality assurance processes, and, last but not least, arranging the unique graduation ceremony on a boat cruising the beautiful Danube.

Professor Martin Kahanec (DPP) completes his US tour with a seminar at New York University

Martin Kahanec (DPP) gave a research seminar about whether and how free mobility of workers may have helped an enlarged EU to cope with asymmetric shocks during the Great Recession at New York University on December 17, 2014.

MESPOM-professor Gaganis receives Best Paper Award!

MESPOM-professor Gaganis receives Best Paper Award!

Assistant professor to the University of the Aegean and Academic Board Member and teacher at MESPOM Petros Gaganis has been awarded the 2013 Best Paper Award by the Journal Mathematical Geosciences.

Diane Matar '09 (Lebanon) at the IUCN World Parks Congress

Doctoral candidate, MESPOM alumna 2007-2009, Diane Matar successfully participated in the IUCN World Parks Congress that took place at the Sydney Olympic Park on Nov. 12-21. In the framework of the congress' Stream 1: Reaching Conservation Goals, Diane shared with the audience the results of the first management effectiveness evaluation of UNESCO Biosphere Reserves in North Africa. (pic.