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The 2015 CEEPUS Ministers’ Prize was awarded to AT-68 network (coordinated by Vienna University of Economics and Business) during a festive ceremony in Prague. WU received the prize for coordinating the AMADEUS network, which is the most successful academic network of CEEPUS, the Central European Exchange Program for University Studies.

Corvinus University has been also a member of the above network since 1995.


The legal basis for CEEPUS (Central European Exchange Program for University Studies) is an international Agreement signed by the member states and open for accession.

The main activity of CEEPUS is university networks operating joint programmes ideally leading to Joint Degrees, esp. Joint Doctoral Programmes. CEEPUS covers mobility grants for students and teachers in this framework.


  • promotes academic mobility in Central Europe by introducing a multilateral dimension,
  • promotes complete programmes and networks,
  • provides the necessary infrastructure, stress specific features typical of the region thus,
  • contributes to European integration.

The CEEPUS countries cover the costs of the programme. Each country covers the costs of incoming students and teachers.


CUB is member in the following network:

CIII-AT-0068-09-1516 - Amadeus

Further information and contact person

Mr Gábor Szalai - Institutional CEEPUS Coordinator

Last modified: 2016.07.28.