CEEPUS Week coming soon to Warsaw - NAWA

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A meeting of the Joint Committee of Ministers of CEEPUS - the Central European Exchange Program for University Studies - will be held in Warsaw on 19-20 September 2023. The session will be chaired by the Minister of Science and Education, Prof. Przemysław Czarnek. During the meeting, the CEEPUS (IV) Agreement for the next seven years of cooperation will be signed.

Representatives of ministries responsible for education and science from 15 CEEPUS countries will come to Warsaw, including the Minister of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina - Dr Dubravka Bosnjak, the Minister of Culture and Innovation of Hungary - János Csák, the Minister of Education, Science and Innovation of Slovenia - Igor Papič, the Federal Minister of Education, Science and Research of Austria - Martin Polaschek, and the Minister of Education and Science of North Macedonia - Jeton Shaqiri.

The programme of the two-day event includes: 23rd Meeting of the Joint Committee of CEEPUS Ministers, the 26th CEEPUS III National Offices Evaluation Meeting (CEEPUS General Evaluation Meeting), and the CEEPUS III Senior Officials Meeting. On 20 September, the CEEPUS Ministerial Awards will be presented at a gala ceremony at the Centre for Contemporary Art - Ujazdowski Castle.

The primary objective of the CEEPUS Programme is to support academic exchange in the field of education and in-service training of students and academics. The programme enables contacts between higher education institutions in the participating countries to be intensified through the funding of academic mobility. The following can apply for CEEPUS scholarships abroad: students, doctoral students and academics.

The CEEPUS programme offers:

- short-term scholarships for academic internships within Academic Networks;
- Short-term scholarships within the framework of "Freemover" scientific internships;
- short-term scholarships in the framework of summer schools and intensive courses.
The current signatories of the CEEPUS Agreement are: Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Northern Macedonia, Moldova, Romania, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia, Hungary and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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