The agreement on the Central European University Exchange Programme was ratified by Parliament

Moldovan students will still have the chance to receive scholarships for studying at educational institutions overseas. The legislature has voted on the draft law approving the Agreement on the Exchange Programme for University Studies in Central Europe (CEEPUS IV), which was signed in Warsaw in 2023, in both the first and second readings.

The agreement is set to be extended for seven years. This will encourage the participation of students, researchers, teachers, and administrative staff in academic mobility, research programmes, internships, or professional activities in higher education institutions in the contracting states of the agreement. The Republic of Moldova will also offer scholarships for foreign citizens.


Between 2011 and 2023, 275 Moldovan citizens were awarded scholarships in the countries that signed the Agreement. At the same time, our country hosted 255 foreign scholars.

Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia are the signatory countries of the Agreement.

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