Did you know?
- Hungary-coordinated networks have been awarded the Ministers’ Prize of Excellence the most times.
- Several networks have been operating successfully for more than 20 years.
- There is a growing interest towards the programme in Hungary as well as at the regional level.
Curious to know?
- Why do Hungarian participants decide to apply for a CEEPUS grant?
- What is the unique selling point of CEEPUS according to the Hungarian stakeholders?
- What has the programme in store for students, professors and universities?
Based on a complex research, the study seeks to gather input through summarising the documentation available in the subject matter, analysing statistical data, consulting the coordinators of the higher education institutions involved and interviewing experts with long-standing experience in evaluating networks.
The summary also seeks to put the CEEPUS programme itself into context, beyond its outcomes. What other regional or even European level partnerships with similar goals are there? Do they strengthen or rather weaken the impact which CEEPUS seeks to achieve? What is the relationship with the ‘big brother’, Erasmus+ programme?
The publication also wants to contribute to shaping the future. The current phase of CEEPUS, Phase 3, will end in 2025. The next few years will provide enough time for some further fine tuning and implementing potential changes. For this very reason, the authors also make suggestions in the publication about how to increase the impact of the programme, as well as the effectiveness of its operation.
Translated by: Sándor Födő
This is an abbreviated version of the original Hungarian online publication, which is available here.
Find out more about the CEEPUS programme here.