Application of Fields Theory in FinancesSubmitted to: Czech Science FoundationProposer: doc. Ing. Tomáš Krabec, Ph.D., MBA Number of investigators (ŠAVŠ, external): 2, 1Project budget (2019-2021): 2 107 000 CZK Model of Leadership foR the Digital EraSubmitted to: Czech Science FoundationProposer: doc. PhDr. Karel Pavlica, Ph.D.Number of investigators (ŠAVŠ, external): 3, 0Project budget (2019-2021): 1 514 000 CZK Wholeness Sustainable Supply Chain ManagementSubmitted to: Czech Science FoundationProposer: prof. Ing. Radim Lenort, Ph.D.Number of investigators (ŠAVŠ, external): 6, 0Project budget (2018-2020): 2 760 000 CZK
New challenges of e-Government in the European context for increasing the competitiveness of the Czech RepublicSubmitted by: Technology Agency of the Czech Republic (TA CR)
Project identification: TAČR ÉTA (TL01000147)Proposer: prof. Ing. Jiří Strouhal, Ph.D.Number of investigators (ŠAVŠ, external): 6, 0Project budget (2018-2021): 5.305.621,- CZK
Joint University Enterprise Learning (JEUL)
Duration: 36 months • Start date: 15/10/2017 • End date: 14/10/2020
PartnersIT / University of SienaVN / UEH Ho Chi MinhVN / BUH Ho Chi MinhCN / Nankai UniversityCN / Nanjing NUAAUK / University of KentLT / Vilnius UniversityCZ / ŠKODA AUTO UNIVERSITYCZ / EU-China Economics & Politics Institute
Description of the ProjectThe JEUL project focuses on establishing and developing lasting cooperation among HEIs and private sector. It intends to influence the way universities work and to enable them to learn from the entrepreneurial nature of companies by developing and using case studies based and elaborated on the experience of companies, enhancing their teaching and learning methods and gaining an understanding of the needs of enterprises and improving the curricula accordingly. The HEIs shall move forwards and become ‘Entrepreneurial Universities’.
Goal of the Project:The goal of the project is to improve the quality of higher education and enhance its relevance for the labour market and society. The project involves identifying the skill and knowledge of graduates needed by enterprises and revising the curricula with a view to anchor these skills in the study programmes. The placement of students in companies will result in the preparation of case studies and their implementation in the curricula, enhancing the quality of education in partner HEIs. With the revised curricula and improved teaching and learning methods, graduates will gain knowledge and skills, which are more relevant to enterprises and the labour market.
Target Groups:The target groups of the project are universities, their staff, present and future students, and enterprises. The other key stakeholders are the government and the general public.
Expected Project Results:A. Establishing links between HEI and industry;B. Identifying skills and knowledge shortages and anchoring the required skills in the curricula;C. Developing and utilising case studies, embedding such a teaching methodology in partner countries universities;D. Developing two undergraduate modules on the Enterprise Pathway and a suitable Virtual Learning Environment deliver mode.
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The green product of car makers and its perception by various generations of Czech consumersProject leader: Ing. Eva Jaderná, Ph.D.Number of investigators (academic, student): 3, 3Period of solving: 2018-2019
Project budget: 512 014 CZK
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