CEEPUS (Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies) is a central-European exchange university programme directed towards regional cooperation within the university network under the auspices of the international relationship vicedean Associate Professor Karel Tomšík.
The agreement on the CEEPUS programme was signed by Albania, Bosna and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary, Macedonia, Moldova, Poland, Austria, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia. Universities of Pristina, Prizren and Peja in Kosovo also cooperating.
Faculty of Economic and Management is also involved in supranational networks:
- CIII-CZ-0911-01-1516 - Managerial Processes in International Environment
- CIII-SK-0044-09-1415 - Applied Economics and Management
- CIII-PL-0000-00-2122 - Central European Network for Sustainable and Innovative Economy
The list of partner universities can be found on https://ceepus.info/public/network/network.aspx.
The amounts of scholarships vary from one country to the next – see the list on CEEPUS web page. The host university pays for the stay, the home university covers travel expenses.