#ThankYouCEU 2019 Alumni Challenge

As CEU launches its bold new chapter, alumni around the world are uniting to say thanks – and to give in support of the university’s future. From now until December 31 YOU are urged to say #ThankYouCEU and give, in any amount, to help provide scholarships for future CEU students.

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WHY GIVE?

Philanthropy is in our university’s DNA. And it was thanks to the generosity of others that so many CEU alumni received their world-class education here. Giving back to the Alumni Campaign, in any amount, is a way of celebrating this tradition while helping ensure the next generation of students benefit as you have.

WHY NOW?

With classes at CEU’s new Vienna campus already underway, your support is more urgent than ever. Citing “soaring tuition fees” President and Rector Michael Ignatieff just donated $75,000 in support of student scholarships – and urged alumni to join him and give, in any amount, and help fund scholarships for next year’s class.

Our goal is to raise $100,000 by year’s end to help 50 students attend CEU for the next two years. Help us get there and make your gift today.

MEET UP

In the coming weeks alumni around the world are hosting #ThankYouCEU meetups, to reconnect with classmates, reflect on the life changing benefits of a CEU education – and help make that experience possible for future generations. Find your nearest event and get involved!

GET RECOGNIZED

  • All donors receive an #IGaveToCEU electronic badge
  • Donors who give $75 or more are entered to win tickets for the next Alumni Reunion Gala 2020 in Budapest
  • Donors who give $1000 or more are invitated to exclusive reception with the Rector during Alumni Reunion Weekend

#ThankYouCEU campaign roll of donors:

Maksat Abasov (Kyrgyzstan, ECON '16)
Bojan Aleksov (Serbia, HIST '99)     

Johan Andersen (Denmark, NATI '17)
Hanna Asipovich (Belarus, POLS '05)     
Ioana Atasiei (Romania, LEGS '04)     
Olena Bagno-Moldavsky (Ukraine, SOCI '00)
Yerbulan Belgibekov (Kazakhstan, ENVS '11)

Angelita Bombarda (Philippines, SPP '18)
Vaida Bostadløkken (Lithuania, ECON '08)     
Borislav Buljic (Bosnia and Herzegovina, NATI '16)
Nadir Burnashev (Kazakhstan, ECON '95)     
Jerzy Celichowski (Hungary, IRES '98)     
Shaua Fui Chen (Malaysia, SPP '18)
Mihail Chiru (Romania, POLS '10)
Gustav Demeter (Romania, HIST '01)
Balazs Dezsenyi (Hungary, SPP '18)
Constantine Dimitriev (Russian Federation, IRES '95)

Mirko Djordjevic (Serbia, LEGS '95
)     
Maja Dodic (Croatia, POLS '11) 
Zaira Dolova (Russian Federation, GENS '03)  
Daniel Dunai (Hungary, ECON '13)
Farida Efendi (Azerbaijan, BUSI '04)
Evgeniya Egupova (Russian Federation, POLS '08)

Uchenna Emelonye (Nigeria, LEGS '04)
Dmitry Endovitskiy (Russian Federation, ECON '06)
Katherine J. Evans (USA, POLS)     
Eniko Farkas (Hungary, NATI '14)
Peter Farkas (Hungary, ECON '16)

Anna Forkovicova (Slovakia, POLS '13)
Robertas Galkus (Lithuania, IRES '01)     
Djordje Gardasevic (Croatia, LEGS '00)
Hender Gercio (Philippines, GENS '15)
Hovhannes Ghazaryan (Armenia, ENVS '00)
Florentin Giurgea (Romania, LEGS '08)
Madalina Gligor (Romania, IRES '06)     
Tatyana Glushko (Russian Federation, ENVS '99)
Larisa Grujic (Croatia, ENVS '99)

Lukasz Gruszczynski (Poland, LEGS '02)
Bruno Hasa (Albania, SPP '19)
Martin Hergert (Germany, BUSI '10)     
Lejla Hodzic (Bosnia and Herzegovina, LEGS '18)
Mihnea Hotaranu (Romania, IMCE '02)

Sven Hobel (Germany, LEGS '12)
Jiri Huml (Czech Republic, ECON '92)     
Anastasiya Idrisova (Tajikistan, ENVS '10)
Nana Janashia (Georgia, ENVS '97)     
Georgi Jetchev (Bulgaria, DPP '13)
Marek Jochec (Czech Republic, ECON '94)
Kanykei Kasybekova (Kyrgyzstan, LEGS '10)
Peter Katuscak (Slovakia, ECON 98)     
Armine Khachatryan (Armenia, BUSI '05)
Nurangiz Khodzharova (Russian Federation, IRES '08)      
Filip Kijowski (Poland, LEGS '08)     
Irina Korablev (Russian Federation, ECON '97)

Aaron Korenewsky (USA, NATI '15)     
Tomas Korman (Slovakia, LEGS '13)
Emilia Korytkowska (Poland. GENS '06)

Anna Krozser (Hungry, IRES '12)     
Meri Kuncic (Croatia, HIST '00)
Konstantin Kurganov (Ukraine, LEGS '94)     
Maja Kurilic (Croatia, SPP '18)
Mihaela Corina Leca (Romania, LEGS '02)
Juhani Lemmik (Estonia, POLS '99)     
Aleksandra Lis (Poland, SOCL '07)
Juan Lozano (Colombia, LEGS)
Giorgi Machavariani (Georgia, ECON '12)
Maciej Madalinski (Poland, IRES '96)
Domagoj Madunic (Croatia, HIST '03)
Izabella Main (Poland, HIST '97)
Zoltan Major (Hungary, IMCE '02)

Anna Markina (Estonia, SOCI '95)       
 
Armin Maslo (Bosnia and Herzegovina, LEGS '18)
Thiha Maung Maung (Myanmar, SPP '18)
Fiona McGuinty (Canada, INTR '18)
Tatjana Matijasevic Medros (Croatia, ECON '94)     
Artur Metani (Albania, LEGS '97)
Dane Miller (USA, HIME '17)     
Nicolas Mirabaud (Switzerland, BUSI '08)
Farid Nabili (Azerbaijan, LEGS '08)
Lyubomira Nesheva (Bulgaria, POLS '05)

Kiril Nestorovski (Macedonia, IRES '06)     
Vitalis Ngambouk (Cameroon, SOCL '09)

Jahor Novikau (Belarus, IRES '98)     
Ana Nutu (Romania, DPP)     
Ieva Ose (Latvia, ARTH '94)
Mridul Pareek (India, ENVS '19)
Kateryna Pasichnyk (Ukraine, HIME '18)
Bogdan Pavlish (Ukraine, HIST '17)
Dragos Petre (Romania, ECON '02)     
Victoria-Mihaela Popescu (Romania, POLS '04)
Peter Pravanov (Bulgaria, LEGS '13)
Felicia Pricop (Moldova, ECON '97)     
Aleksandra Pyrz (Poland, IRES '04)
Larisa Rankovic (Serbia, SOCI '98)
Ana Martinez Rizo (Mexico, ENVS '17)
Horatiu Rus (Romania, IRES '99)

Elena Ryabova (Kyrgyzstan, POLS '02)     
Kenan Sadovic (Bosnia and Herzegovina, LEGS '18)
Svetoslav Salkin (Bulgaria, POLS '01)

Zlatko Samardziev (Macedonia, ENVS '02)     
Olga Serebryanaya (Russian Federation, POLS '03)     
Jelena Sesar (Bosnia and Herzegovina, SEES '00)
Xenia Shevnina (Russian Federation, POLS '04)     
Prithvi Vijaya Simha (India, ENVS '16)
Ondrej Stefek (Czech Republic, POLS '99)
Ioana Stefu (Romania, ECON '08)
Sara Sudetic (Serbia, NATI '15)
Mina Sumaadii (Mongolia, POLS '12)
Lejla Sunagic (Bosnia and Herzegovina, SOCL '09)
Martin Svalbach (Czech Republic, ECON '93) 
Serge Sych (Ukraine, IRES '97 and LEGS '99)     
Kristaps Tamuzs (Latvia, LEGS '03)     
Austeja Trinkunaite (Lithuania, POLS '11)     
Dashzeveg Tserendeleg (Mongolia, ENVS '00)
Mariya Tvarohova (Ukraine, POLS '04)
Aleksandra Urman (Russian Federation, POLS '17)
Sorina Vaju (Romania, ECON '04)     
Zuzana Vojtekova (Slovakia, IRES '04)     

Eva Vrbova (Czech Republic, SOCI '93)
Maja Wiebler (Serbia, LEGS '99)
Nicholas Zagaria (USA, IRES '12)
Mikolaj Zaleski (Poland, LEGS '02)     
Kseniya Zavala (Belarus, LEGS '04)
Olga Zelinska (Ukraine, DPP '08)     
Alexandra Zivelova (Czech Republic, LEGS '16)