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News & Events
94 networks awarded for the academic year 2024/25
Based on the assessment by our national experts, the "International Commission" awarded 94 networks for the academic year 2024/2025. We congratulate all participating institutes.
Scholarships for Ukrainian academics
CEEPUS Mobility from Ukraine to Austria: The Federal Ministry of the Republic of Austria for Education, Science and Research grants 50 scholarship months to Ukrainian citizens with an active affiliation to a higher education institution in Ukraine. An exchange to Austria for up to 4 months can be supported within the CEEPUS scholarship programme for the summer semester 2024.
Hungary: Teachers to the "Homecountry"
Hungary has implemented the new possibility of scholarships for teacher exchange to the homecountry (HU) Deadline for applications: April 30, 2024. Teachers can apply either in networks or as a freemover through www.ceepus.info Obligations: min. distance of 100 km between home and host institution. Of course applicants cannot be employed by the host university in HU, and that they are not using any other scholarship for their stay at the host university (to exclude double financing). In all other matters, general CEEPUS rules apply.
HU: scholarships for teachers and students from Ukraine
Hungary is also offering scholarships to teachers and students from Ukraine. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until April 30,2024.

Featured Cooperations

@Vasily Kuzmich: Breath of Wind

"Breath of the Wind" is a meditative audio installation based on the Bora wind, music, and meditation techniques such as breathing. Sharing common roots in science, spirituality and philosophy, the installation contains music converted from wind data.

This network of alternative, progressive art schools provides interaction within and among the areas of audio-visual arts (film, animation, photography), inter-media arts (spatial, new-media, trans-media) as well as historical, theoretical and critical arts discourses. A real-life production cycle of intermedia-oriented animation will thus complement the already consolidated contemporary-art and new-media oriented summer- and winter school cycles of "Mapping the Local", with activities like the "Alternative Tourist Agency" and "Animacikl" and further more.

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"Central Europe Connect" certificate: WU Vienna, EUBA Bratislava and SGH Warsaw

Intensive program © EUBA Bratislava

This network promotes topics which are increasingly considered of importance for a modern and innovative education in business and economics like sustainability, responsible leadership, social inclusion, as well as entrepreneurship and new technologies.

The Joint Certificate is the most prominent joint activity of the "Amadeus" network. It brings together up to 60 students every semester, who jointly attend three courses leading to the "Central Europe Connect" certificate. The program has been designed by the three AMADEUS partner institutions: WU Vienna, EUBA Bratislava and SGH Warsaw and is embedded into their curricula at the bachelor’s level. The strength of this program lies in the fact that all three institutions are involved in the program design and the course delivery. Moreover, students from all institutions jointly attend the CEC courses offered, thus making the program a truly intercultural experience in the Central European region. Considering European Universities being formed around Europe, this program is a strong and successful prototype for joint learning programs.

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What our scholars have to say
Iva Vujovic
Exchange student in Vienna
I learned a lot from some professors about topics that aren't really talked about much in my home University. And even when we do mention them, it's more theoretical and harder to understand than it is through practical learning, which we did in Vienna.
Dr. Gabriella Vöő
Exchange teacher in Olomouc
There was a large student turnout, the students were interested and they participated in the discussions. I had conversations with colleagues about academic and administrative matters and we also discussed possibilities for joint research projects in the future.
Nicholas Chang
Exchange student in Szeged
The very warm welcome that I was received by at the faculty, as well as by the National CEEPUS Office, made me feel like an important guest and not just a number.

CEEPUS in numbers