Central European Exchange Program for University Studies ((CEEPUS), an exchange program, provides scholarships for students and teaching staff from some countries in the Danube region at University for Continuing Education Krems, Department for Building and Environment. The exchange is possible within the framework of the project Architecture, Built Environment, City Planning, and Design Network (ABCD Network).
The University for Continuing Education Krems has available two outgoing mobilities for teaching staff. The mobilities can be started until August 2023; each comprises 5 days with a total of 6 teaching hours.
What is Ceepus?
Ceepus is an exchange program – Central European Exchange Program for University Studies (CEEPUS) – providing scholarships for students and teaching staff from the following countries in the Danube region: Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, North Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, the Slovak Republic and Slovenia. The Universities of Pristina, Prizren, Peja et al. are also participating.
How to apply:
Who can apply?
Incoming: The University for Continuing Education Krems accepts application from architecture/building and environment students and staff from the ABCD Network = Architecture, Built Environment, City Planning, and Design Network: CEEPUS (2022.19.2).
Outgoing: The ABCD Network = Architecture, Built Environment, City Planning, and Design Network: CEEPUS (2022.19.2) accepts applications from architecture/building and environment students and staff.
Plan your stay in Krems/abroad:
Krems: Check the Website of the Service Center for International Relations: Incoming - University for Continuing Education Krems (donau-uni.ac.at) and contact email@example.com if you have detailed questions.
Abroad: Contact the international office of the host university.
ABCD Network = Architecture, Build Environment, City and Design Network
ABCD Network helps us to upgrade our university education to the level of the 21st century in the vision to make our teaching process and outcomes relevant to the current needs of the real world and society. Continuing the CEEPUS network is a result of our long-term effort in increasing the quality of architectural education in Central Europe and the Balkans.
All the partners aim to cooperate on long-term projects and activities such as joint degree study programs. We would like to set up a strong collaborative platform with a vision of the long-life cooperation of all partners.
The network aims to produce top-level professionals and researchers combining theoretical, experimental and practical knowledge from the field of architecture, urban design, urban planning, sociology, heritage protection, etc.