Interested students can indicate their interest in the Advanced Certificate in Political Thought (ACPT) program already during their application to one of the participating departments. They can also join the program at a later point, after being accepted to CEU. For more information about applying to participate in the CEU ACPT, please email Edit Jeges at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Advanced Certificate in Political Thought (ACPT) engages in the comparative study of political thought from a variety of perspectives, both within and outside the Western canon. Special attention is given to the historicity of diverse political traditions but also to recurring themes and questions. Learning to recognize political thought, both past and present, as being time- and place-specific equips students, regardless of their major field of study, with additional analytical and methodological skills grounded in the appreciation of the contextual and intertextual aspects of diverse intellectual traditions. Beyond contextualization the students learn about comparative methods, addressing topics of political thought from intercultural and diachronic perspectives.
Further, the program aims to provide a specific professional framework for the participating students and faculty, by linking the program to transnational networks, generating faculty interaction, research and co-teaching.
Students participating in this program will receive an Advanced Certificate in Political Thought in addition to their degrees.
Interested students can indicate their interest in the specialization during their departmental application, or they can also join the program at a later point, after being accepted to CEU. On account of the Covid-19 situation, registration to the specialization requires signing up via email at email@example.com by contacting the ACPT coordinator at the beginning of the academic year.
For further information please write to Edit Jeges (firstname.lastname@example.org).