CEEPUS III – Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies
CEEPUS is Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies.CEEPUS provides exchange scholarships for credit mobility, shorter stays, teaching activities and summer schools and other short-term programmes.
Since 1994, when the programme was established, most of the countries of Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe joined the programme. Current member countries are: Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, the Slovak Republic and Slovenia.
There are three types of student mobility in CEEPUS:
student – for students who have completed at least 2 semesters at home institution. The minimum stay is three months.
short-term student – for students working on their thesis (stays shorter than three months).
short-term excursion – for participants of short group mobilities (summer schools – up to six days)
Teaching staff always applies in the teacher category. The minimum length of teaching mobility is five working days (exceptionally three days for summer schools) and the scholar is requested to have six teaching hours per working week.
General information packages for scholarship holders outline all key information regarding the scholarship and procedures before, during and after CEEPUS mobility in Serbia.
The exchange is mostly done within CEEPUS networks. They focus on particular scientific area and consist of at least three higher education institutions from at least two member countries. One institution has a role of the network coordinator while others are network partners.
In academic 2016/17 the University of Novi Pazar participates in the following networks:
CIII-AT-0042-12-1617 Information Engineering & Interdisciplinary Knowledge Exchange Selection criteri
Application deadline for winter term mobilities is June 15 and application deadline for summer term is October 31.
There is also an application deadline for freemover mobilities – November 30.
The application are made on ceepus.info website
Each application is first nominated by the local contact person at home university; then it is administered by home country National CEEPUS Office (NCO). It is then sent to local contact person on the host institution who evaluates it and sends it to host coutry NCO which awards the scholarship and informs the candidate.
Freemover applicants need additional documentation, such as acceptance and recomendation letters and their applications are administered by National CEEPUS Offices.
Learn more about scholarship holders’ obligations: teachers / students
Contact person for incoming scholarship holders
Eech CEEPUS scholar in the Republic of Serbia is obliged to register his/her arrival and departure at the contact person at host institution where he/she will get more information about the payment procedures and other key information during his/her stay.
The contact person at University of Novi Pazar: _______________