CEEPUS (Central European Exchange Program for University Studies) is an exchange academic programme in the fields of education and research which involves 15 Central-European countries, that offers both teachers and students opportunities to spend a study or teaching period abroad at the partner universities. The programme started in 1995 and now it is in its third phase with rising success, demonstrated by the increasing number of involved participants. The main activity of CEEPUS is university networks (created minimum 3 universities from 3 different countries) operating joint programs. CEEPUS offers mobility grants for students and teachers in this framework. It is a unique opportunity to share knowledge and experiences among countries with a common cultural heritage and a strong background of academic cooperation.

More detailed information can be found on the official website ceepus.info.

Programme members

Current members countries: Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, North Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, the Slovak Republic and Slovenia. Prishtina/Kosovo is also participating.

Network CIII-PL-0056-17 Regional Development Network (REDENE)

The main objective of the project is to create a stable platform for educational cooperation in the field of urban and regional studies, which is aimed at providing an effective framework for developing a joint study program – Master in Urban and Regional Development. Detailed objectives: developing modern teaching methods and course content in the area of urban and regional development and regional policy, transfer, among universities involved in the project experience knowledge of local and regional studies with particular emphasis on transformation issues in Central European countries, providing knowledge and competence in regional development to 4th and 5th -year students; enhancing their competitive advantage in the job market, building a network using multidisciplinary approach in the field of urban and regional studies (involvement of economists, geographers, sociologists, architects) in order to develop new research and teaching methods and to increase the educational value of studies build a list of teachers from others universities consist of REDENE who support “joint program” as a visitor professor create the  final version of curriculum create a final version of joint program framework (recruitment procedure).

Contact person: Mgr. Lukáš Vomlela, Ph.D.

Detailed info at Ceepus website here.

Partner universities

University of Economics in Katowice, PL (coordinator)

Faculty of Economics

University of Klagenfurt, AT

School of Management and Economics


Varna University of Economics, BG

Faculty of Management


Masaryk University in Brno, CZ

Faculty of Economics and Administration


VŠB – Technical University of Ostrava, CZ

Faculty of Economics


Silesian University in Opava, CZ

Faculty of Public Policies in Opava


University of Miskolc, HU

Faculty of Economics

University of Montenegro,Podgorica, ME

Faculty of Economics


University Sts.Cyril and Methodius– Skopje, MK

Faculty of Economics - Skopje


„Babes Bolyai” University of Cluj-Napoca, RO

Faculty of Economics

University of Belgrade, RS

Technical Faculty in Bor


University of Ljubljana, SI

Faculty of Economics

University of Economics in Bratislava, SK

All Faculties

University of Žilina in Žilina, SK

Faculty of Operation and Economics of Transport and Communications


Network CIII-PL-1604-01 Border and Regional Studies Network 

The Border and Regional Studies Network is comprised of 15 universities located in 10 countries of Central Europe and Balkans. The network’s thematic framework will address one of the crucial problems and challenges of the XXI century like migrations,  multi-ethnic societies, revitalization of regional identities, border crossing and border revitalization (the last one strongly influenced by the pandemic). The main objective of the network is sharing and promoting of the high quality, up-to-date knowledge regarding border and regional studies among students and academics. This will be obtained by series of summer schools and seminars organized in different locations characterized by borderlandness and multi-ethnicity. In the long run we would like to  establish tradition of meetings between scholars and students interested in border and regional studies, thereby building community of researchers within the CEEPUS countries.

Contact person: Mgr. Lukáš Vomlela, Ph.D.

Detailed info at Ceepus website here.

Partner universities

University of Opole, PL (coordinator)

Institute of Political Science

St. Kliment Ohridski Sofia University, BG

Faculty of Geology and Geography

Silesian University in Opava, CZ

Faculty of Public Policies in Opava

University of Ostrava, CZ

Faculty of Science

Technical University of Liberec, CZ

Faculty of Science, Humanities and Education, Department of Geography

Eötvös Loránd University, HU

Department of Social and Economic Geography

University of Pécs, HU

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Political Science and International Studies

Free International University of Moldova, MD

Faculty of International Relations, Political Science and Journalism

University of Montenegro, ME

Faculty of Political Science

University American College Skopje, MK

Political Science

University of Wroclaw, PL

Institute of Sociology

“Babes Bolyai” University of Cluj-Napoca, RO

Faculty of European Studies

“Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi, RO

Centre for European Studies - Faculty of Law

University of Ljubljana, SI

Faculty of Public Administration

Comenius University in Bratislava, SK

Faculty of Natural Science

Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, AU

Network HU-1704-01 Healthcare communication

This is the first network to analyze healthcare communication in several languages and cultures within the framework of CEEPUS. The instructors, researchers, healthcare professionals and students involved in this network are familiar with the intercultural and interdisciplinary approaches to medical communication. The activities  include instruction and interdisciplinary research of medical terminology, communication, translation, interpreting, and languages for specific purposes. Through mobilities, the network allows for the sharing of knowledge, research, and teaching materials. This will result in an improvement in the well-being of patients, the patient-centered communication skills of students and health care professionals.

Contact person: Mgr. Markéta Skalná, Ph.D.

Detailed info at Ceepus website here.

Partner Universities
Department of Languages for Specific Purposes
Faculty of Arts
Department Faculty of Science and Letters
Department of Foreign Languages, Jessenius Faculty of Medicine