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The application deadline for scholarships for:

  • the wintersemester is 15 June;
  • the summersemester is 31 October.

In addition to these two deadlines, there is a special deadline for freemover candidates (mobilities outside a network) – 30 November.


Application requirements


The program defines additional conditions that candidates must fulfil in order to have the right to participate in the program.

Formal requirements for participation in network mobility are as follows:

  • the applicant is a student or employee of an institution that is part of the network in which the mobility will be realised;
  • the studenthas completed at least two semesters of studies;
  • teaching staffwill teach or mentor in the host country at least six teaching hours per five working days;
  • citizenship of a CEEPUS member countryor a full-time student status in a CEEPUS member country;
  • if the studentis not a national of a programme member country but is a full-time student in a CEEPUS member country, he/she should submit a certificate of academic status (Equal Status Document).
  • for teaching staffat CEEPUS partner institutions that do not have the citizenship of a CEEPUS member country, there are additional application criteria.


Formal requirements for freemover mobility are as follows:

Freemover documentation must be submitted at the predefined templates that can be found on the official website of the CEEPUS program within the Downloads section.


Application process

All candidates must apply through the CEEPUS online system at ceepus.info, where they need to register and fill in an electronic application.

A three-step application for CEEPUS mobility:

  1. Find information on available mobility networks on the CEEPUS website.

If you find a suitable network in which your home institution participates (department/course, faculty…), you should contact the local CEEPUS contact person at your institution, who can inform you about the basic information on mobility opportunities within the network you are interested in. If your institution does not participate in the network through which you want to realise the mobility, you can apply as a freemover (without a network).

  1. Complete the online application.

Complete the application by registering on the CEEPUS system and selecting Manage Your Mobility Applications. Start the submission process by clicking on the Action icon and then follow further instructions.


If you are a student who would like to apply as a freemover, before completing the application you need to obtain:

Teachers applying as a freemover candidate need to submit:

The templates for these documents can be found on the CEEPUS website, and their completed and scanned versions should be submitted when completing the online application.

Exception – when applying for a freemover mobility in Austria, the mentioned documents are only submitted after receiving the notification that the application has been shortlisted, so the application is sent without these additional documents in the first phase.


  1. At some point you will receive an e-mail notification whether your scholarship application has been approved or rejected. In case your application is approved you must formally acceptit in the system.

If awarded, all scholarship holders must meet the general obligations:


Each application within a network is first nominated by the local contact person at the home institution, after which the home National CEEPUS Office runs a formal check and nominates it, i.e. the application is forwarded to the host institution. Upon approval by the local contact person at the host institution, the application is forwarded to the National CEEPUS Office of the host country, which, after a final check of the application and the available quota of scholarship months, awards the scholarship and informs the holder of the outcome.

Each freemover application is first checked and nominated by the home National CEEPUS Office. If nominated, the application is forwarded to the National CEEPUS Office of the host country, which makes the final decision on awarding the scholarship.