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Cooperation

What Have We Achieved?

  • The prestigious Diploma Supplement Label by the European Commission, which has raised the status of the University among European higher education institutions
  • Partnership contracts with first-rate foreign universities enabling our students as well as employees to gain experience at international level
  • A unique opportunity to take part in a course in Microeconomics of Competitiveness, developed at Harvard Business School (Boston, USA) by Prof. M. E. Porter and his team
  • Students have excellent career prospects; they are employed in significant Czech as well as foreign companies.
  • Implementation of the project entitled ‘Talented Students’, in which the best students work as interns in partner companies, for which they process material according to individual requirements of the entrepreneurial sector
  • Cooperation with significant industrial partners at the regional as well as the national level – Moravský peněžní ústav; Slovácké strojírny, a. s.; Barum Continental spol. s. r. o.; Baťa, a. s.; Gumotex Břeclav, a. s.; Greiner packing Slušovice, s. r. o.; HP Tronic spol s. r. o.; Mitas, a. s. and other partners
  • Cooperation with a number of clusters in the CR and abroad – Plastics Cluster; the Omnipack Cluster; Envicrack, s.r.o.; Clusterland Oberősterreich GmbH on various projects (e.g. financial and non-financial benchmarking for clusters; carrying out analyses of plastic industry requirements; assessment of the economic impact of project implementation)
  • Long-term cooperation with the Regional Office of Zlín Region (e.g. carrying out the analysis of healthcare in the Zlín region, carrying out the assessment methodology of the Innovation Company of the Year of the Zlín Region)
  • CAEV is a member of the National Cluster Association; we cooperate with CzechInvest and Enterprise Europe Network
  • Competitiveness case study for a number of companies in the CR, case studies regarding production optimization, company methods, information systems and industrial engineering methodology
  • Cooperation with a number of companies when assigning Bachelor’s and Master’s theses
  • A number of research projects financed by the Grant Agency CR
  • A number of projects financed from the Education for Competitiveness Operational Programme
  • The Department of Physical Training in cooperation with the Faculty of Multimedia Communications has developed a revolutionary wheelchair intended for sporting activities. It has received a number of international awards, and has lately attracted an investor (Pars Komponenty, s. r. o.)
  • Education courses within Lifelong Learning and the University of the Third Age.
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