CEEPUS – Earth Science Studies in Central and South-Eastern Europe – an ongoing success
Conveners: Corina Ionescu, Kristina Šarić, Kristina, Franz Neubauer, Franz, Michael Wagreich
CEEPUS, the Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies, an International Agreement of Central European member states of the Danube region and beyond, aims to improve the quality in teaching geosciences. Nineteen universities from ten countries (Austria, Albania, Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia and Slovakia) are involved, including means like diversifying teaching topics and methods, active collaboration among students and teachers, and increasing the scientific quality of both, learning and teaching. CEEPUS is now active in stage CEEPUS III. Student and teacher mobility and joint supervision of PhD and master thesis are the main activities.