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Visegrad 4 Eastern Partnership Program

Visegrad 4 Eastern Partnership Program (V4EaP) was ini­ti­ated in 2011 by the gov­ern­ments of the Visegrad Group coun­tries (see Joint Statement… from June 2011) to enhance the coop­er­a­tion between the Visegrad region and the coun­tries of the Eastern Partnership (EaP)—Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. The main aims are facil­i­tat­ing the unique know-how of the Visegrad coun­tries with social and eco­nomic trans­for­ma­tion, democ­ra­ti­za­tion and regional coop­er­a­tion par­tic­u­larly through the devel­op­ment of civil soci­ety and sup­port of coop­er­a­tion among local gov­ern­ments, uni­ver­si­ties and indi­vid­ual citizens.

The pro­gram was launched in early 2012 with total bud­get of €1,456,800 under four sep­a­rate grant and mobil­ity pro­grams. Including a grant from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands in the amount of €1.5 mil­lion awarded to the pro­gram in June 2012, V4EaP is cur­rently the Fund’s biggest grant program.

Flagship Projects

Program designed for long-term project of strate­gic char­ac­ter that link grantees in the Visegrad region with those in the EaP coun­tries. There are no set dead­lines; instead projects are solicited on the basis of con­crete calls for pro­pos­als. See more…

Extended Standard Grants

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Reporting doc­u­ments:

Visegrad University Studies Grants—EaP

The EaP vari­ant of the “clas­sic” VUSG pro­gram is specif­i­cally tar­get­ing col­leges and uni­ver­si­ties in the EaP region. The grant is intended as a sup­port for the devel­op­ment, accred­i­ta­tion and launch­ing of uni­ver­sity courses or whole degree pro­grams that deal with spe­cific phe­nom­ena related to the V4 coun­tries expe­ri­ence with trans­for­ma­tion, democ­ra­ti­za­tion, human rights, EU acces­sion, etc. Average sup­port is €10,000 per course and €40,000 per degree pro­gram. See more…

Visegrad Scholarships for EaP

Scholarships for EaP form an exten­sion of the exist­ing In-Coming scheme within schol­ar­ships tar­get­ing schol­ars who are cit­i­zens of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova or Ukraine com­ing to study at any pub­lic or pri­vate uni­ver­sity accred­ited in the V4 coun­tries. See more…

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