Current member countries: Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, the Slovak Republic and Slovenia. Prishtina/Kosovo also takes part.
The legal basis for CEEPUS is an international agreement signed by the member states and open for accession.
The main activity of CEEPUS are university networks operating joint programs ideally leading to joint degree programs, esp. joint doctoral programs.
CEEPUS covers mobility grants for students (starting from 1 month for research, semester stays) and teachers in this framework, but also Freemover mobilities.
Note: Grants for studying in one´s home country are never awarded!
Please refer to the country profiles on the CEEPUS Website for the scholarship rates.
Students interested in a mobility to Graz, need to contact the network coordinator of their home institution for further details. Only students nominated by the home institution are permitted to participate in the program.
Freemovers have to contact their NCO (National CEEPUS Office). The contact data can be found on the CEEPUS Website.
This network has been coordinated by Univ.-Prof. Sorantin (erich.sorantin(at)medunigraz.at) and the Medical University of Graz since 1997.
The Medical University of Graz participates in this network.
Coordinator: Ao.Univ.-Prof.i.R. Dr.phil. Ursula Wisiak