CEEPUS

NEWS FROM CEEPUS

We are pleased to inform you that due to the current situation with Covid-19, in addition to the standard mobility the the National CEEPUS Office has approved the following mobility options:

  1. Blended mobility

Students/academics receive 60 % of the scholarship for physical mobility.

  1. Online mobility

Students/academics receive 40 % of the scholarship for physical mobility.

 

For more information contact Ms Antonella Kopic Bernardon, email: inbound@fsv.cuni.cz

CEEPUS

CEEPUS (Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies) is a similar programme to ERASMUS+, but connecting countries mainly of Central and Eastern Europe and Balkans and focussing on regional cooperation within the networks of participating universities. Study and research mobilities take place in so-called thematic networks with specific partners or it is also possible to apply for individual mobility (the freemover format) to any university participating in the CEEPUS programme. Financial support is provided by the National CEEPUS Office (NCO) of host countries. 

CEEPUS Member Countries:

CEEPUS Member Countries

The programme has its own platform: www.ceepus.info. The submission of the application and other documents during and after the mobility is handled entirely via the platform. 

A very useful source of information mapping the application process and other obligations can be found at FAQ on the official platform.

For more detailed information regarding the conditions of mobilities contact CEEPUS National Office (NCO) of your home county/home university. (The contact details of every NCO can be found on the Official platform of CEEPUS programme.)

The National CEEPUS Office of the Czech Republic is operated by the Centre for International Cooperation in Education (DZS), there you can also find some useful information for incoming CEEPUS applicants.

Conditions valid for students of all study cycles:

 

  • ​The student must be enrolled in a full-time study program (Bachelor, Master or PhD.).
  • It is not possible to apply for a scholarship to the student’s country of citizenship.
  • Scholarships can be used for practical training or for the preparation of a degree or doctoral thesis, but not for research.
  • The student must be a citizen of a CEEPUS member country or have an Equal Status (a residence permit in a CEEPUS member country).
  • No age restrictions.   

Students of Bachelor or Master programs:

  • must have completed 2 semesters of a full-time study.
  • minimal duration: 3 months.
  • maximum duration: 10 months.
  • for shorter periods than 3 months, the reason must be specified at the field Motivation.  

Students of Doctoral programs:

  • minimal duration: 21 days.
  • maximum duration: 10 months.

Scholarship assignment: 

  • The scholarship is funded by the hosting university.
  • The scholarship amount of the grant is different for each member country. The monthly amount for the Czech Republic is:
Bachelor-level and Master-level students

12 000,00 CZK

valid for mobility starting from 1.1.2020 and on

Doctoral-level students

13 000,00 CZK

valid for mobility starting from 1.1.2020 and on

For further information, please click on the flags at www.ceepus.info.

  • The sending university can refund the travel expenses for the scholarship. For information please contact the National CEEPUS office or the CEEPUS contact person at your university.

MOBILITY WITHIN THEMATIC NETWORKS

Institute of Economic Studies FSV UK is a member of the network CIII-AT-0050-15-1920 / CIII-AT-0050-16-2021 Education Without Frontiers. The student mobility is offered to the partner university in Austria:

University of Applied Sciences Burgenland

The contact person for the CEEPUS Mobility within the Network at the University of Applied Sciences Burgenland is Ms.Christa Koppensteiner, email Christa.Koppensteiner@fh-burgenland.at

Contact

For more information contact Ms Antonella Kopic Bernardon, email: inbound@fsv.cuni.cz