PhD Labs

CEU's PhD students can use various spaces to work on their research at the university. The students of the Doctoral School can chose from designated PhD labs with working stations, as well as from the study areas of the CEU Library and CEU's general computer labs.

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Available PhD labs:

Vienna, Quellenstrasse 51 | B401, B402, B425, C401, A605

Who can use them?
These labs are DSPS PhD labs. The DSPS coordination and the offices of our faculty are on the 4th floor.

How to get there?
To get to the 4th floor labs, open the door that's closest to the stairs to enter the B block. You will need to use your magnetic ID card to enter the campus and open the door. You can see a floor map of the Quellenstrasse  campus  here.

When are they open?
PhD labs are available during CEU opening hours on all days when CEU is officially open according to the Academic Calendar. All labs are closed on national and public holidays and occasionally for system maintenance (notice will be given in advance).

What's their capacity?

B401 - 8 people
B402 - 6 people
B425 - 5 people
C401 - 7 people
A605 - 10 people

DSPS labs

DSPS labs

Budapest, Nador u. 9, Faculty Tower | Room 909

Who can use it?

This lab is reserved exclusively for the PhD students of the Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy and International Relations.

Space available:
8 work stations. During COVID, no more than 5 people per room.

When is it open?

During COVID, Nádor u. 15 is designated as the only Nádor entrance, opening times: 8 AM – 7 PM.

 

Budapest, Nador u. 11 | 2nd Floor | Room 212  

Who can use it?

This lab is reserved exclusively for the PhD students of the Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy and International Relations.

Space available:
8 work stations.

 Nador 11 map

TA Room | Budapest, Nador u. 11 | Room 211

For PhD students to be able to virtually attend a course they are TA-ing for and to hold individual online consultations with the students of that course.