CEEPUS is an acronym for "Central European Exchange Program for University Studies"

In the academic year 2014/15 within the CEEPUS Programme (Central Europe Exchange Program for University Studies) the new network entitled “Training and research and environmental chemistry and toxicology” CIII-SI-0905, coordinated by the Faculty of Health Sciences was approved. The network includes 20 faculties from 11 countries.

Partner institutions:


    • University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Health Sciences and Biotechnical faculty
    • University of Nova Gorica, Graduate school


    • University of Zagreb, Faculty of Science

Bosnia and Herzegovina:

    • University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Pharmacy
    • University of Mostar, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Humanities, Department of Chemistry


    • University of Beograd, Faculty of Chemistry
    • University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences and Faculty of Agriculture, Department for Plant and Environmental protection
    • High professional and technical school Užice


    • University of Montenegro, Faculty of Metallurgy and Technology and  Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics


    • Agricultural University of Tirana, Faculty of Agriculture

Czeck republic:

    • Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry


    • Angel Kanchev University of Rousse, Department of Thermotechnics, Hydro- and Pneumotechnics


    • Transilvania University of Brasov, Faculty of Medicine


    • University of Lódz, Faculty of Chemistry


    • BOKU - University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna, Institute for Biophysics

Expected outcomes:

  • Establishment and coordination of a network of research units at participating institutions for research activities and exchange
  • Establishment and coordination of a network of academic to support mobility of students and staff
  • Establishment of Joined programs on different study levels
  • Dissemination of the results to the international scientific and professional community

Scientific Background of the network:

Large quantities of various types of pollutants and chemicals from different sources like industries, mining, transportation, agriculture and other human activities, are daily released into the environment worldwide. Pollutants affect different environmental spheres such as air, water, soil, and pose serious threat to the ecosystems and living organisms.


Teaching activities – special contribution of each partner:

  • Long term student mobility
  • Short term student mobility
  • Mobility of teaching staff

Development of Joint Study programs:

  • Doctoral programs
  • Master programs
  • Bachelor programs

Research Activities – interdisciplinary, complementary work,

  • Student research work up to 10 months at partner institution (diploma, master thesis, part of doctorate)
Category: International cooperation