Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies - CEEPUS

Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies (CEEPUS) is a program of academic exchange of students and professors from Central and Eastern Europe.

The programme is based on a multilateral Agreement on the establishment of cooperation in the field of education and development within the Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies. The program began in 1993, and currently in force is the CEEPUS II agreement, signed in 2003. Current Contracting Parties are:

  • Albania,
  • Austria,
  • Bulgaria,
  • Croatia,
  • Czech Republic,
  • Hungary,
  • Macedonia,
  • Montenegro,
  • Poland,
  • Romania
  • Slovakia,
  • Slovenia and
  • Serbia

Student exchange is carried out within the university networks. Each network has a number of target subjects.

CEEPUS Programme is administered by the Ministry of Science and Education so the detailed information can be found on the website of the Ministry of Science and Education,  as well as on the website of the Central European University Exchange Programme.

More information on CEEPUS programme is available on the website of the Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes.