... In the beginning there was the region, Danube countries and beyond. A region with a common history, albeit
with different takes. A region with a strong tradition of academic cooperation that finally led to the first
multilateral University exchange program in the region: On Jan 1, 1995 the CEEPUS I Agreement signed by Austria,
Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, the Slovak Republic and Slovenia entered into force. As the program proved a success,
more and more countries kept joining and our objectives kept evolving: Today there are 15+ members states
and CEEPUS III has entered into force on May 1, 2011. Since 1995 approx. 75.000 mobility applications have been awarded.
CEEPUS is based on innovative concepts, lean management, user friendliness and above all on the ability to sustain
enthusiasm in our joint venture on all levels. We also like to take on new challenges and thus CEEPUS is
looking forward to cooperation options in the framework of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region.
So, if you are hedging a vision of regional cooperation or regional exchange: turn to CEEPUS as partner to make
it come to life. You are most welcome!
|will be APRIL 21, 2020. It is hoped that this will be possible for networks to achieve. CCO will monitor the process|
|Due to the corona outbreak many universities are closed and academic exchange is suspended but exact measures vary.
We therefore advise applicants to be in touch with their NCO and their host university.
We also recommend to consider postponing your mobility to a later period. The National CEEPUS Offices will do their flexible best to accommodate requests.