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  V4 SCIENTIFIC CENTERS FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF FINANCIAL L. AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION 

University of West Bohemia, Faculty of Economics - V4 Scientific Centers for the Enhancement of Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship Education

Entrepreneurship education and financial literacy are two of the key challenges to the V4 countries. The aim of the project is research focusing on analysis and comparison of the current state of, and development possibilities for, entrepreneurship education and financial literacy. Furthermore, its aim is to establish Scientific Centers for Entrepreneurship Education in V4 countries in order to share best practices and transfer knowledge both among society, academic and business communities.

Partners are consisted of following subjects:

University of Economics in Bratislava
Country: Slovakia
Local coordinator: Prof. Ing. Helena Majdúchová, CSc.
Website: www.euba.sk

University of Zielona Góra
Country: Poland
Local coordinator: Eng. Anna Saniuk, Ph.D.
Website: www.uz.zgora.pl

University of Pécs, Faculty of Business and Economics
Country: Hungary
Local coordinator: Zsolt Bedő, Phd.
Website: www.ktk.pte.hu

Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra
Country: Slovakia
Local coordinator: Ing. Marián Tóth, Ph.D.
Website: www.spu.sk

 

Project team as follow:

University of West Bohemia, Faculty of Economics
Ing. Michaela Krechovská, Ph.D.
Ing. Petra Taušl Procházková, Ph.D.
Prof. Ing. Lilia Dvořáková, CSc.
Assoc. Prof. Ing. Emil Vacík, Ph.D.
Ing. Jitka Zborková, Ph.D.

University of Economics in Bratislava
Prof. Ing. Helena Majdúchová, CSc.
Ing. Denisa Gajdová, PhD.
Ing. Peter Štetka, PhD.

University of Zielona Góra
Eng. Anna Saniuk, PhD.
Assoc. Prof. Ing. Sebastian Saniuk, PhD.
Eng. Paweł Szudra, PhD.
MSc Przemysław Dulewicz

University of Pécs, Faculty of Business and Economics
Kia Golesorkhi, PhD.
Mónika Kuti, Ph.D.
Zsolt Bedo, PhD.

Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra
Ing. Marián Tóth, PhD.
Ing. Radovan Savov, PhD.
Ing. Drahoslav Lančarič, PhD.
Ing. Tomáš Rábek, PhD.
Ing. Zuzana Čierna, PhD.


 

  FACULTY OF AGROBIOLOGY, FOOD AND NATURAL RESSOURCES OF THE CZECH UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE IN PRAGUE 

 

Faculty of Agrobiology, Food and Natural Resources of the Czech University of Agriculture in Prague
The history of our university and faculty begins with the establishment of the Agricultural Department at the Czech Technical University (ČVŠT) in 1906 by the decree of Emperor Franz Joseph of 26 October. The Dean became then an important agricultural expert Professor Julius Stoklas.

In 1952 the Faculty of Agronomy was established as one of the faculties of the newly established independent Agricultural University in the new campus on the outskirts of Prague. Since then, it has served as the main workplace for education and training of agricultural experts not only in agricultural businesses, but also in research institutes, state bodies and other institutions.

In 2005, in the context of the expansion of professional orientation and activities, it was renamed the Faculty of Agrobiology, Food and Natural Resources. The Faculty wanted to express its shift from a predominantly agricultural-oriented educational institution to a broader study and research orientation.

At present, the Faculty of Agrobiology, Food and Natural Resources is a modern and respected educational and scientific research institution with more than 4,000 students and 300 employees, with a solid place on the domestic and international

 


 

  FACULTY OF FOOD AND BIOCHEMICAL TECHNOLOGU, UCT PRAGUE 

The basic, applied, and contract research and development activities at the Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology cover “traditional” and modern topics of food sciences, biotechnologies, and life sciences. The Faculty is comprised of seven Departments, each pursuing research addressing current calls and trends in such areas as food chemistry, quality, safety and innovation, process engineering, biotechnology for the food industry, environmental protection and therapeutic applications, molecular biology and biochemistry, chemistry of natural compounds, and organic synthesis.

Numerous projects are interdisciplinary and take advantage of broad collaborations at the national and international scales. Research also takes advantage of the availability of sophisticated equipment and high-tech devices which employ emerging instrumentation principles.

Research activities are not restricted to faculty staff and PhD students; special emphasis is placed on participation of undergraduate students, enabling them to publish high-quality graduate theses as well as better opportunities in the labour market.