The Department of History entertains a number of strategic partnerships and exchange programs for faculty and students with leading international universities. These exchange programs facilitate study abroad and reflect a larger network for research opportunities. As the research projects of the faculty members change and as the Department develops continously its profile, exchange programs alternate and expand as well. Please see the list below of some of the Department's partnerships:
In the United States, we have a number of exchange programs with the University of Purdue (faculty and student exchange), University of Princeton (Annual Graduate conference "Europe and the World"), and with Bard College, NY (an undergraduate exchange program).
In Europe, we are part of a consortium of universities with the EUI, Florence, and the University of Vienna (GRACEH, annual Graduate conference), with the Excellence clusters of Ludwig Maximilian University, Regensburg University (graduate school East and Southeast European Studies), and Wilhelm University of Munster (Politics and Religion).
We are also part of CIVICA – The European University of Social Sciences, which unites eight leading European higher education institutions in the social sciences, humanities, business management and public policy. Member universities are: Bocconi University (Italy), European University Institute (Intergovernmental), Hertie School (Germany), National University of Political Studies and Public Administration (Romania), Sciences Po (France), Stockholm School of Economics (Sweden), and The London School of Economics and Political Science (United Kingdom)
In the global context, we are a founding member of OSUN - Open Society University Network.