CEEPUS is the short form for Central European Exchange Program for University Studies and is a multilateral University exchange program in the extended Danube region based on an international Agreement. It went into force in 1995 with back then six signing states. Today after over 25 years of successful cooperation there are 15+ members states who joint the current CEEPUS III agreement. The main activity of CEEPUS is the support of knowledge transfer, knowledge exchange and experience. CEEPUS mainly funds cooperation networks between universities in the member states through mobility grants for students and teachers. Since 1995 approximate 75.000 mobility applications have been awarded in the framework of our program.
Each country has a National CEEPUS Office (NCO) in charge of the national implementation of the Program. The Central CEEPUS Office in Vienna is responsible for the overall coordination of the program. If you are interested in establishing a new university network, your National CEEPUS Office is the first contact point for information regarding the program. Please click on the flag of your home country above, to get the contact information of the National Office. The NCO is also your first contact point if you want to apply for a freemover grant.
If you want to apply for a scholarship within a current funded network, please get in contact with the network coordinator or the network contact person at your university. You will find all information on the current participation of your university within CEEPUS by accessing our list of networks.
If you have additional questions, please also access our FAQs or get in contact with the Central CEEPUS Office directly.
Acting Secretary General
|You can access the report via the respective tab in your 19/20 network application|
Deadline: Jan 15, 2021
The guideline and the national CEEPUS offices (NCOs)
are available to answer any questions you may have.
You can find your NCO contacts on our homepage.
|Due to the corona outbreak some Universities in CEEPUS countries will not allow incoming students in fall 2020, therefore please ask your contact person at your host institution or the National CEEPUS Office from the host country to get further information.