CEEPUS program (Central European Exchange Program for University Studies) aims to promote teacher and student mobility between Ceepus-countries. Students can spend a study period abroad or teachers can undertake a teaching period at a Ceepus university. These opportunities are designed to strengthen professional and personal relationships among Central European scholars.
About Ceepus networks
University of Rijeka, Faculty of Economics, participates in two different CEEPUS networks:
International CEEPUS Network of Administration, Economics and Organizational Sciences (CIII-SI-0215-09) with following partner institutions:
- Slovenia: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Administration
- Croatia: University of Split, Faculty of Economics; University of Zagreb, Faculty of Economics and Business
- Serbia: Belgrade University, Faculty of Organizational Sciences
- Macedonia: St. Kliment Ohridski University, Faculty of Information and Communication Technologies, Bitola
- Poland: University of Wroclaw, Institute of Political Science
- Czech Republic: Mendel University in Brno, Faculty of Business Economics
- Slovakia: Matej Bel University Banská Bystrica, Faculty of Economics
International Experience for International Business Education (CIII-PL-0817-03) with following partner institutions:
- Poland: University of Economics in Katowice, Faculty of Management
- Bulgaria: Varna University of Economics, Faculty of Management
- Czech Republic: Masaryk University in Brno, Faculty of Economics and Administration
- Slovenia: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics
Mobility requirements for students
- Full-time student status at a higher education institution in the home country;
- At least two completed semesters;
- Age limit: 35 years;
- Citizenship of a CEEPUS country;
- Support of the Ceepus coordinator at the home institution.
CEEPUS INCOMING STUDENTS have to visit the official web site of the CEEPUS programe (www.ceepus.info), find out the information about available CEEPUS networks and see if their home institution shares a partnership within some of the shown networks. Otherwise, they have to apply as freemovers for the summer semester only. Prior to application they should contact the Ceepus coordinator at their home institution.
In order to get the Acceptance Letter, freemover students have to send to our International Office (email@example.com) the Recommendation Letter of their home institution, the CV and have to specify the purpose of their coming (writing thesis or studying).
Duration of the study period is between 3 and 10 months (depending on the number of assigned quotas) or students may apply for working on their thesis as a "Short-term Student" for a time-period of 1 to 2 month (depending on the number of assigned quotas).
https://www.efri.uniri.hr/en/study/international-business (list of subjects taught at the bachelor level) https://www.efri.uniri.hr/en/study/international-business- (list of subjects taught at the master level)
Mobility requirements for teaching staff
- Obligation to teach or supervise for 6 hours per working week (up to max. 1 month);
- Holding a Ph.D.;
- Citizenship of a CEEPUS country.
CEEPUS INCOMING TEACHERS should contact the Ceepus coordinator at their home institution, prior to application, in order to see weather their home institution is a member of the same Ceepus Network or they have to apply as freemovers for the summer semester only.
In order to get the Acceptance Letter, freemover teachers have to send to our International Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) the Recommendation Letter of their home institution, the CV and have to specify their teaching assignment.
- For winter semester: 15th June
- For summer semester - intra network mobility: 31st October
- For summer semester - freemover mobility: 30th November