Network mobility

Call for application - CEEPUS network mobility

Tempus Public Foundation announces the invitation for students and teachers of ELTE to submit applications within CEEPUS networks for the Academic Year 2021/2022.

CEEPUS Member Countries: Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, North Macedonia, Moldavia, Montenegro, Poland, Prishtina/Kosovo, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, the Czech Republic.

Submission deadlines for CEEPUS network mobility applications:

  • network mobility for the winter/first semester: 15th June 
  • network mobility for the summer/second semester: 31st October

Contacts:

  • Should you have any technical questions regarding your application, please contact Tempus Public Foundation/Hungarian National CEEPUS Office at the following e-mail address: ceepus@tpf.hu
  • With specific questions regarding Eötvös Loránd University, please contact Ms Orsolya Pósch at erasmus@elte.hu.
  • Educational issues are to be discussed with the Faculty and Network/Academic Coordinators. Contacts are also available here.

I. Eligibility

A) General Conditions

Students and teachers of ELTE can apply.

Further conditions:

  • To be a citizen of a CEEPUS member state (or of an EU/EWR state respectively). Students/teachers who do not have the citizenship of a CEEPUS member state need to upload an „equal status document" that proves their status at the home institution (e.g. Certificate of Enrolment in English/ first page of work contract in English).
  • For students, to have 2 completed semesters until the mobility period, and active student status at the home university during the mobility period
  • It is not allowed to submit an application to the country of citizenship and to the country of residence.
  • It is not allowed to receive a second mobility scholarship from other sources, to cover costs for the same mobility activity, destination and time period (avoiding double financing), therefore:
  • Students studying in Hungary in the framework of Stipendium Hungaricum programme are not eligible to apply for CEEPUS scholarship (stated in their SH student contract)
B) Conditions of each mobility types
  • Student mobility (S):
    • Eligible applicants: Bachelor, Master and PhD students
    • Length of mobility: 1 semester or trimester, 3-5 months (Minimum duration of mobility period: full months +16 days for the last month)
    • Activity during the mobility period: attending lectures and seminars, obtaining credits is obligatory, which can be supplemented with an internship. The proposed activities should be described in the ’Motivation’ part of the application.
    • Learning Agreement is highly recommended
    • Student mobilities can be submitted in a network or as Freemover applications.
  • Short term student mobility (ST):
    • Eligible applicants: Bachelor, Master students who are currently working on their thesis and PhD students
    • Length of mobility: 1-2 months (min. 21 days)
    • Activity during the mobility period: obligatory research activity, consultation, laboratory project relating to the thesis/dissertation. The proposed activities should be described in the „Motivation” part of the application.
    • Student mobilities can be submitted in a network or as Freemover applications.
  • Short term excursion (STE):
    • Eligible applicants: Bachelor, Master and PhD students
    • Length of mobility: 3-5 days
    • Activity during the mobility period: participating in an excursion organised by the host institutions’ coordinator.
    • Short term excursion applications can only be submitted within a CEEPUS network.
  • Teaching mobility (T):
    • mandatory teaching and/or thesis supervising activity at the host institution: minimum 6 teaching/supervising hours (lecture, seminar or consultation)
    • length of stay: minimum 5 working days (which technically counts 1 scholarship month in the www.ceepus.info system)
    • timing: teaching activity only during semesters
    • research activities, conference visit or partner meetings, etc. cannot be the only aim of a teacher mobility

II. Scholarship rates

As the CEEPUS scholarship is awarded and paid by the host country, the amount is different in every country. The same scholarship amounts apply to both Network and Freemover mobilities. You can view the current scholarship rates for the CEEPUS countries here. (Please click on the respective flag on the website to view the current rates per country.)

If a grant holder does not stay in the host country for the full length of the period specified in his/her award, he/she may be required to pay back the amount of the scholarship. Months cannot be split.

Scholarship rates per country are available here.

III. ELTE CEEPUS Networks 2021/22

For the academic year 2021/22 you can apply to the following networks at ELTE. For more information, e.g. the description of the network, participating universities, contacts, please visit the official website of CEEPUS (ceepus.info / Network, choosing the academic year and institution).

A) Accepted networks:

  • CIII-AT-0012-17-2122-Language and Literature in a Central European context
    ELTE network/academic coordinator: dr. Orsolya VARGA (vargaorsolya@hotmail.com), ELTE Faculty of Humanities (BTK), Department of Netherlandic Studies
  • CIII-AT-0037-17-2122-Slavic Philology and Its Cultural Contexts
    ELTE network/academic coordinator: Andor MÉSZÁROS, PhD (meszandor@gmail.com), ELTE Faculty of Humanities (BTK), Institute of Slavonic and Baltic Philology
  • CIII-AT-0050-17-2122-Education Without Frontiers
    ELTE network/academic coordinator: Ágnes NÉMETHNÉ TÓTH, Dr. (toth.agnes@ppk.elte.hu), ELTE Faculty of Education and Psychology (PPK), Institute of Education and Psychology – Szombathely
  • CIII-AT-0103-16-2122-Cognitive Science, Knowledge Studies, and Knowledge Technologies
  • CIII-CZ-0029-17-2122-Idea of Europe in European culture, history and politics
    ELTE network/academic coordinator: Tamás KÖRMENDI (kormendi@caesar.elte.hu), ELTE Faculty of Humanities (BTK), Institute of Historical Studies
  • CIII-CZ-0604-11-2122-South and North Korea, Korean and Koreans: Research, Research Based Teaching & Networking for Synergies in Central and Eastern Europe
    ELTE network/academic coordinator: dr. habil. Beatrix MECSI (bmecsi@gmail.com), ELTE Faculty of Humanities (BTK), Institute of Far Eastern Studies
  • CIII-HR-1005-07-2122-Educational Systems in Central Europe
    • ELTE network/academic coordinator: Angéla BAJZÁTH, ELTE Faculty of Primary and Pre-School Education (TÓK)
    • Administrative coordinator: Zsófia NEMES (nemes.zsofia@tok.elte.hu)
  • CIII-HU-0019-17-2122-International Cooperation in Computer Science
    • ELTE network/academic coordinator: Dr. Horváth Zoltán HORVÁTH (hz@inf.elte.hu), ELTE Faculty of Informatics
    • Administrative coordinator: Anikó CSIZMAZIA (csaniko@inf.elte.hu)
  • CIII-HU-1201-05-2122-German as a Foreign Language in Central and Eastern Europe: New Perspectives of Teacher Training
    ELTE network/academic coordinator: Dr. habil. Roberta RADA (rada.roberta@btk.elte.hu), ELTE Faculty of Humanities (BTK), Institute of Germanic Studies
  • CIII-RO-0814-09-2122-Red de Hispanistat de Europa Central
    ELTE network/academic coordinator: from 1 September 2021 - dr. Gabriella MENCZEL (menczel.gabriella@btk.elte.hu), ELTE BTK Faculty of Humanities (BTK), Department of Spanish Language and Literature
  • CIII-RS-0038-17-2122-Earth-Science Studies in Central and South-Eastern Europe
    ELTE network/academic coordinator: Dr. Miklós KÁZMÉR (mkazmer@gmail.com), Faculty of Science (TTK), Institute of Geology
  • CIII-SI-1313-04-2122-Autonomous Vehicles Universities
    • ELTE network/academic coordinator: Dr. Horváth Zoltán HORVÁTH (hz@inf.elte.hu), ELTE Faculty of Informatics
    • Administrative coordinator: Anikó CSIZMAZIA (csaniko@inf.elte.hu)

B) Umbrella network: Students can apply for the spring semester.

  • CIII-PL-1604-01-2122-Border and Regional Studies Network
    ELTE network/academic coordinator: Péter BALOGH (baloghpeter@caesar.elte.hu), Faculty of Science (TTK), Institute of Geography, Department of Social and Economic Geography

Network/Academic Coordinators for the Academic Year 2021/22

IV. Application process

Submission deadlines for CEEPUS network mobility applications:

  • network mobility for the winter/first semester: 15th June 
  • network mobility for the summer/second semester: 31st October

Applications can be submitted online, on the website of the Central CEEPUS Office (www.ceepus.info). Follow the step-by-step guide for the online application process:

1) Registration: www.ceepus.info / Sign in / Click here to register / fill in the registration form / click on the link received via email

ATTENTION! You have to register only once! In case you submit further applications, please use the same login.

2) Filling in the application form: www.ceepus.info login/ Mobility Desktop / Your mobility application / Academic year (dropdown menu) /Action / choosing option (yes → network mobility; no → Freemover mobility) / filling in the online application form

3) Uploading documents (pdf, jpg):

  • being a citizen of a CEEPUS member country: no documents required
  • Not being a citizen of a CEEPUS member country: Equal Status document (e.g. Certificate of Enrolment in English/ first page of work contract in English)

Attention! From the academic year 2019/20, those, who apply to Austria, need to fill out a „Finance Plan”. Information and the form is available at the Mobility Desktop. Applicants in "waiting for finance plan" status should fill out the form online, after the National CEEPUS Office of Austria has provisionally approved their application.

4) Finalizing application: click on ’check & submit’

Online support: in case of technical problems, you can contact the www.ceepus.info website’s IT support by clicking on the green support button in the site’s upper right corner. This is an online chat helpdesk service in English and German.

You can follow the stages of your application:

  • Status: submitted / waiting for the nomination from the home PPU: the application has been finalized and submitted and it is waiting for the home institution’s coordinator to nominate it towards the home National CEEPUS Office
  • Status: waiting for the nomination from the home NCO: the application is waiting for the home National CEEPUS Office to nominate it towards the host institution’s coordinator
  • Status: waiting for the nomination from the host institution/PPU: the application is waiting for the host institution’s coordinator to nominate it towards the host National CEEPUS Office
  • Status: waiting for the award from the host NCO: the application is waiting for the host National CEEPUS Office to award or reject it
  • Status: awarded by host NCO/ rejected by host NCO: the host National CEEPUS Office’s answer to the application
  • Status: accepted by applicant: in the case of awarded application, the applicant has confirmed that s/he has accepted the scholarship

V. Final results

In CEEPUS, the final results of the applications are given by the host National CEEPUS Office. In the meantime, you can check the status of your application on www.ceepus.info. First, you will receive an automatic email from www.ceepus.info about the application being awarded (Status: Awarded by host NCO) or rejected (Status: Rejected by host NCO), then your Letter of Award will be issued and sent to you with an information package from the host National CEEPUS Office.

You can expect the result for your application usually 30-45 days after the submission deadline.

If your application has been awarded, you have to send feedback to the host National CEEPUS Office that you still intend to have your mobility by accepting it in the online system. In the case of Freemover applications some of the National Offices also require the Letter of Acceptance signed and sent back via post.

Sending feedback about accepting the scholarship online: www.ceepus.info login / Mobility Desktop / Manage your mobility applications / Academic year (dropdown menu) / opening the awarded application / clicking on Accept.

Now the Status is Accepted by applicant.

The next step is to follow the instructions you receive from the host National CEEPUS Office.

VI. Closing your mobility

At the end of your studies/teaching activity, two documents are needed to close your mobility and to complete your application:

  • The „Mobility Report” - signed/stamped by the host institution
  • The „Letter of Confirmation” signed/stamped by the host institution

The Mobility Report is your own summary about your study period while the Letter of Confirmation is the proof of your stay at the host institution, issued by your local coordinator. Both documents have to be signed and stamped by your host coordinator. A scanned version of the signed and stamped originals have to be uploaded in order to send your application to the final status 'Completed'. You may also have to hand a copy to your home institution’s CEEPUS coordinator or International Office.

The documents are available here: www.ceepus.info / login / My Desktop/ Period: Academic year / open your „Accepted by applicant” application / Mobility Report and Letter of Confirmation – edit

Please be aware that other forms are not acceptable!

ELTE CEEPUS networks - 2020/21

Tempus Public Foundation announces the invitation for students and teachers of ELTE to submit applications within CEEPUS networks for the Academic Year 2020/2021.

CEEPUS Member Countries: Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, North Macedonia, Moldavia, Montenegro, Poland, Prishtina/Kosovo, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, the Czech Republic.

Submission deadlines for CEEPUS network mobility applications:

  • network mobility for the winter/first semester: 15th June 
  • network mobility for the summer/second semester: 31st October

Contacts:

  • Should you have any technical questions regarding your application, please contact Tempus Public Foundation/Hungarian National CEEPUS Office at the following e-mail address: ceepus@tpf.hu
  • With specific questions regarding Eötvös Loránd University, please contact Ms Orsolya Pósch at erasmus@elte.hu.
  • Educational issues are to be discussed with the Faculty and Network/Academic Coordinators. Contacts are also available here.

I. Eligibility

A) General Conditions

Students and teachers of ELTE can apply.

Further conditions:

  • To be a citizen of a CEEPUS member state (or of an EU/EWR state respectively). Students/teachers who do not have the citizenship of a CEEPUS member state need to upload an „equal status document" that proves their status at the home institution (e.g. Certificate of Enrolment in English/ first page of work contract in English).
  • For students, to have 2 completed semesters until the mobility period, and active student status at the home university during the mobility period
  • It is not allowed to submit an application to the country of citizenship and to the country of residence.
  • It is not allowed to receive a second mobility scholarship from other sources, to cover costs for the same mobility activity, destination and time period (avoiding double financing), therefore:
  • Students studying in Hungary in the framework of Stipendium Hungaricum programme are not eligible to apply for CEEPUS scholarship (stated in their SH student contract)
B) Conditions of each mobility types
  • Student mobility (S):
    • Eligible applicants: Bachelor, Master and PhD students
    • Length of mobility: 1 semester or trimester, 3-5 months (Minimum duration of mobility period: full months +16 days for the last month)
    • Activity during the mobility period: attending lectures and seminars, obtaining credits is obligatory, which can be supplemented with an internship. The proposed activities should be described in the ’Motivation’ part of the application.
    • Learning Agreement is highly recommended
    • Student mobilities can be submitted in a network or as Freemover applications.
  • Short term student mobility (ST):
    • Eligible applicants: Bachelor, Master students who are currently working on their thesis and PhD students
    • Length of mobility: 1-2 months (min. 21 days)
    • Activity during the mobility period: obligatory research activity, consultation, laboratory project relating to the thesis/dissertation. The proposed activities should be described in the „Motivation” part of the application.
    • Student mobilities can be submitted in a network or as Freemover applications.
  • Short term excursion (STE):
    • Eligible applicants: Bachelor, Master and PhD students
    • Length of mobility: 3-5 days
    • Activity during the mobility period: participating in an excursion organised by the host institutions’ coordinator.
    • Short term excursion applications can only be submitted within a CEEPUS network.
  • Teaching mobility (T):
    • mandatory teaching and/or thesis supervising activity at the host institution: minimum 6 teaching/supervising hours (lecture, seminar or consultation)
    • length of stay: minimum 5 working days (which technically counts 1 scholarship month in the www.ceepus.info system)
    • timing: teaching activity only during semesters
    • research activities, conference visit or partner meetings, etc. cannot be the only aim of a teacher mobility

II. Scholarship rates

As the CEEPUS scholarship is awarded and paid by the host country, the amount is different in every country. The same scholarship amounts apply to both Network and Freemover mobilities. You can view the current scholarship rates for the CEEPUS countries here. (Please click on the respective flag on the website to view the current rates per country.)

If a grant holder does not stay in the host country for the full length of the period specified in his/her award, he/she may be required to pay back the amount of the scholarship. Months cannot be split.

Scholarship rates per country are available here.

III. ELTE CEEPUS Networks 2020/21

For the academic year 2020/21 you can apply to these networks at ELTE:

  • CIII-AT-0012-16-2021-Language and Literature in a Central European context
    ELTE network/academic coordinator: dr. Orsolya VARGA (vargaorsolya@hotmail.com), ELTE Faculty of Humanities (BTK), Department of Netherlandic Studies
  • CIII-AT-0037-16-2021-Slavic Philology and Its Cultural Contexts
    ELTE network/academic coordinator: Andor MÉSZÁROS, PhD (meszandor@gmail.com), ELTE Faculty of Humanities (BTK), Institute of Slavonic and Baltic Philology
  • CIII-AT-0050-16-2021-Education Without Frontiers
    ELTE network/academic coordinator: Ágnes NÉMETHNÉ TÓTH, Dr. (toth.agnes@ppk.elte.hu), ELTE Faculty of Education and Psychology (PPK), Institute of Education and Psychology – Szombathely
  • CIII-AT-0103-15-2021-Cognitive Science, Knowledge Studies, and Knowledge Technologies
  • CIII-CZ-0029-16-2021-Idea of Europe in European culture, history and politics
    ELTE network/academic coordinator: Tamás KÖRMENDI (kormendi@caesar.elte.hu), ELTE Faculty of Humanities (BTK), Institute of Historical Studies
  • CIII-CZ-0604-10-2021-South and North Korea, Korean and Koreans: Research, Research Based Teaching & Networking for Synergies in Central and Eastern Europe
    ELTE network/academic coordinator: dr. habil. Beatrix MECSI (bmecsi@gmail.com), ELTE Faculty of Humanities (BTK), Institute of Far Eastern Studies
  • CIII-HR-1005-06-2021-Educational Systems in Central Europe
    • ELTE network/academic coordinator: Angéla BAJZÁTH, ELTE Faculty of Primary and Pre-School Education (TÓK)
    • Administrative coordinator: Zsófia NEMES (nemes.zsofia@tok.elte.hu)
  • CIII-HU-0019-16-2021-International Cooperation in Computer Science
    • ELTE network/academic coordinator: Dr. Horváth Zoltán HORVÁTH (hz@inf.elte.hu), ELTE Faculty of Informatics
    • Administrative coordinator: Anikó CSIZMAZIA (csaniko@inf.elte.hu)
  • CIII-HU-1201-04-2021-German as a Foreign Language in Central and Eastern Europe: New Perspectives of Teacher Training
    ELTE network/academic coordinator: Dr. habil. Roberta RADA (rada.roberta@btk.elte.hu), ELTE Faculty of Humanities (BTK), Institute of Germanic Studies
  • CIII-RO-0814-08-2021-Red de Hispanistat de Europa Central
    ELTE network/academic coordinator: Péter BALÁZS-PIRI (balazs-piri.peter@btk.elte.hu), ELTE BTK Faculty of Humanities (BTK), Department of Spanish Language and Literature
  • CIII-RS-0038-16-2021-Earth-Science Studies in Central and South-Eastern Europe
    ELTE network/academic coordinator: Dr. Miklós KÁZMÉR (mkazmer@gmail.com), Faculty of Science (TTK), Institute of Geology
  • CIII-SI-1313-03-2021-Autonomous Vehicles Universities
    • ELTE network/academic coordinator: Dr. Horváth Zoltán HORVÁTH (hz@inf.elte.hu), ELTE Faculty of Informatics
    • Administrative coordinator: Anikó CSIZMAZIA (csaniko@inf.elte.hu)

For more information about our networks, please visit the official website of CEEPUS.

IV. Application process

Submission deadlines for CEEPUS network mobility applications:

  • network mobility for the winter/first semester: 15th June 
  • network mobility for the summer/second semester: 31st October

Applications can be submitted online, on the website of the Central CEEPUS Office (www.ceepus.info). Follow the step-by-step guide for the online application process:

1) Registration: www.ceepus.info / Sign in / Click here to register / fill in the registration form / click on the link received via email

ATTENTION! You have to register only once! In case you submit further applications, please use the same login.

2) Filling in the application form: www.ceepus.info login/ Mobility Desktop / Your mobility application / Academic year (dropdown menu) /Action / choosing option (yes → network mobility; no → Freemover mobility) / filling in the online application form

3) Uploading documents (pdf, jpg):

  • being a citizen of a CEEPUS member country: no documents required
  • Not being a citizen of a CEEPUS member country: Equal Status document (e.g. Certificate of Enrolment in English/ first page of work contract in English)

Attention! From the academic year 2019/20, those, who apply to Austria, need to fill out a „Finance Plan”. Information and the form is available at the Mobility Desktop. Applicants in "waiting for finance plan" status should fill out the form online, after the National CEEPUS Office of Austria has provisionally approved their application.

4) Finalizing application: click on ’check & submit’

Online support: in case of technical problems, you can contact the www.ceepus.info website’s IT support by clicking on the green support button in the site’s upper right corner. This is an online chat helpdesk service in English and German.

You can follow the stages of your application:

  • Status: submitted / waiting for the nomination from the home PPU: the application has been finalized and submitted and it is waiting for the home institution’s coordinator to nominate it towards the home National CEEPUS Office
  • Status: waiting for the nomination from the home NCO: the application is waiting for the home National CEEPUS Office to nominate it towards the host institution’s coordinator
  • Status: waiting for the nomination from the host institution/PPU: the application is waiting for the host institution’s coordinator to nominate it towards the host National CEEPUS Office
  • Status: waiting for the award from the host NCO: the application is waiting for the host National CEEPUS Office to award or reject it
  • Status: awarded by host NCO/ rejected by host NCO: the host National CEEPUS Office’s answer to the application
  • Status: accepted by applicant: in the case of awarded application, the applicant has confirmed that s/he has accepted the scholarship

V. Final results

In CEEPUS, the final results of the applications are given by the host National CEEPUS Office. In the meantime, you can check the status of your application on www.ceepus.info. First, you will receive an automatic email from www.ceepus.info about the application being awarded (Status: Awarded by host NCO) or rejected (Status: Rejected by host NCO), then your Letter of Award will be issued and sent to you with an information package from the host National CEEPUS Office.

You can expect the result for your application usually 30-45 days after the submission deadline.

If your application has been awarded, you have to send feedback to the host National CEEPUS Office that you still intend to have your mobility by accepting it in the online system. In the case of Freemover applications some of the National Offices also require the Letter of Acceptance signed and sent back via post.

Sending feedback about accepting the scholarship online: www.ceepus.info login / Mobility Desktop / Manage your mobility applications / Academic year (dropdown menu) / opening the awarded application / clicking on Accept.

Now the Status is Accepted by applicant.

The next step is to follow the instructions you receive from the host National CEEPUS Office.

VI. Closing your mobility

At the end of your studies/teaching activity, two documents are needed to close your mobility and to complete your application:

  • The „Mobility Report” - signed/stamped by the host institution
  • The „Letter of Confirmation” signed/stamped by the host institution

The Mobility Report is your own summary about your study period while the Letter of Confirmation is the proof of your stay at the host institution, issued by your local coordinator. Both documents have to be signed and stamped by your host coordinator. A scanned version of the signed and stamped originals have to be uploaded in order to send your application to the final status 'Completed'. You may also have to hand a copy to your home institution’s CEEPUS coordinator or International Office.

The documents are available here: www.ceepus.info / login / My Desktop/ Period: Academic year / open your „Accepted by applicant” application / Mobility Report and Letter of Confirmation – edit

Please be aware that other forms are not acceptable!


ELTE CEEPUS networks - 2019/20

For the academic year 2019/20 you can apply to these networks at ELTE:

Accepted networks:

CIII-AT-0012-15-1920-Language and Literature in a Central European context
ELTE coordinator: Orsolya Varga (vargaorsolya@hotmail.com

CIII-AT-0037-15-1920-Slavic Philology and Its Cultural Contexts
ELTE coordinator: Andor Mészáros (meszandor@gmail.com)

CIII-AT-0103-14-1920-Cognitive Science, Knowledge Studies, and Knowledge Technologies
ELTE coordinator: Nagy Márton Gáspár (nagy.marton@ppk.elte.hu)
Administrative coordinator: Tolmár Fanni (tolmar.fanni@ppk.elte.hu)

CIII-CZ-0029-15-1920-Idea of Europe in European culture, history and politics
ELTE coordinator: Körmendi Tamás (kormendi@caesar.elte.hu)

CIII-CZ-0604-09-1920- South and North Korea, Korean and Koreans: Research, Research Based Teaching & Networking for Synergies in Central and Eastern Europe
ELTE coordinator: dr. habil. Beatrix Mecsi (bmecsi@gmail.com)

CIII-HR-1005-05-1920-Educational Systems in Central Europe
ELTE coordinator: Angéla Bajzáth
Administrative coordinatort: Nemes Zsófia (nemes.zsofia@tok.elte.hu)

CIII-HU-0019-15-1920-International Cooperation in Computer Science
Network and ELTE coordinator: Dr. Zoltán Horváth (hz@inf.elte.hu)
Administrative coordinator: Anikó Csizmazia (csaniko@inf.elte.hu)

CIII-HU-1407-01-1920-LISCE-Library and Information Science in Central Europe 
ELTE coordinator: Dr. Katalin Bella (katalinbella@gmail.com)

CIII-RO-0038-15-1920-Earth-Science Studies in Central and South-Eastern Europe
ELTE coordinator: Dr. Miklós Kázmér (mkazmer@gmail.com)

CIII-SI-1313-02-1920-Autonomous Vehicles Universities
ELTE coordinator: Dr. Zoltán Horváth (hz@inf.elte.hu)
Administrative coordinator: Anikó Csizmazia (csaniko@inf.elte.hu)

Umbrella network: Students can apply for the spring semester.

CIII-HU-1201-03-1920-German as a Foreign Language in Central and Eastern Europe
ELTE coordinator: Dr. habil. Roberta Rada (rada.roberta@btk.elte.hu)

CIII-RO-0814-07-1920-Red de Hispanistat de Europa Central
ELTE coordinator: Balázs-Piri Péter (balazs-piri.peter@btk.elte.hu)

For more information about our networks, please visit the official website of CEEPUS.

MORE INFORMATION


ELTE CEEPUS networks - 2018/19

Accepted networks:

CIII-AT-0012-14-1819-Language and Literature in a Central European context
ELTE coordinator: Orsolya Varga (vargaorsolya@hotmail.com

CIII-AT-0037-14-1819-Slavic Philology and Its Cultural Contexts
ELTE coordinator: Andor Mészáros (meszandor@gmail.com)

CIII-AT-0103-13-1819-Cognitive Science, Knowledge Studies, and Knowledge Technologies
ELTE coordinator: Dr. Ildikó Király (kiralyi@caesar.elte.hu

CIII-CZ-0604-08-1819-Korean Studies in Central & Eastern Europe
ELTE coordinator: dr. habil. Beatrix Mecsi (bmecsi@gmail.com)

CIII-HU-0019-14-1819-International Cooperation in Computer Science
Network and ELTE coordinator: Dr. Zoltán Horváth (hz@inf.elte.hu)

CIII-RO-0038-14-1819-Earth-Science Studies in Central and South-Eastern Europe
ELTE coordinator: Dr. Miklós Kázmér (mkazmer@gmail.com)

CIII-RO-0814-06-1819-Red de Hispanistat de Europa Central
ELTE coordinator: Dóra Faix (faixd@yahoo.com

CIII-SI-1313-01-1819-Autonomous Vehicles Universities
ELTE coordinator: Dr. Zoltán Horváth (hz@inf.elte.hu)

Umbrella network:

CIII-HU-1201-02-1819-German as a Foreign Language in Central and Eastern Europe
ELTE coordinator: Dr. habil. Roberta Rada (rada.roberta@btk.elte.hu)

For more information about our networks, please visit the official website of CEEPUS.


ELTE CEEPUS networks - 2017/18

Accepted networks:

CIII-AT-0012-13-1718 Language and Literature in a Central European context
Orsolya Varga (vargaorsolya@hotmail.com)

CIII-AT-0037-13-1718 Slavic Philology and Its Cultural Contexts
Andor Mészáros (meszandor@gmail.com)

CIII-AT-0604-07-1718 Korean Studies in Central & Eastern Europe
dr. habil. Beatrix Mecsi (bmecsi@gmail.com)

CIII-RO-0038-13-1718 Earth-Science Studies in Central and South-Eastern Europe
Dr. Miklós Kázmér (mkazmer@gmail.com)

CIII-RO-0814-05-1718 Red de Hispanistas de Europa Central
PhD Dóra Faix (faixd@yahoo.com)

CIII-HU-0019-13-1718 International Cooperation in Computer Science
Zoltán Horváth (hz@inf.elte.hu)

CIII-AT-0103-12-1718 Cognitive Science, Knowledge Studies, and Knowledge Technologies
dr. Ildikó Király (kiralyi@caesar.elte.hu)

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CIII-HU-1201-01-1718 German as a Foreign Language in Central and Eastern Europe: New Perspectives of Teacher Training
dr. Roberta Rada (rada.roberta@btk.elte.hu)


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