CEEPUS provides two basic types of mobility:
- network mobility – It is organised within approved CEEPUS networks and in CEEPUS umbrella networks (networks that meet the quality standards but are not among approved networks for a particular academic year). CEEPUS supports student mobility at various study levels and academic staff mobility;
- Mobility outside CEEPUS networks (the so-called free-mover mobility) – It refers to any mobility between two higher education institutions eligible to participate in CEEPUS, with one or both institutions not included in one of the CEEPUS networks.
The basic unit of measurement in the CEEPUS III programme is the so-called “scholarship month”.
Each CEEPUS Member State covers the costs for students and academic staff from abroad (“incoming” participants). The amount of the scholarship varies across countries and is in line with their economic capability. In some cases accommodation in student dormitories and food at affordable prices are also provided by the scholarship (depending on the country where the mobility is organised). More information on the scholarship amount and possible accommodation and food benefits is available on the CEEPUS III programme website, in the CEEPUS Member Countries and NCOs section.