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  1. From Visions to Reality

  2. to strengthen relations between higher education and research, and on cooperation with enterprises in the framework of “knowledge triangle” • (education-research-innovation) • to establish sustainable partnership between participating economically- and technically-oriented universities from four European Union countries and one Latin American country (Mexico) PROJECT’S GENERAL OBJECTIVE

  3. partnership built on a model of student exchanges combining study periods with applied interdisciplinary research focused on innovation transfer, and/or on supporting other kinds of relations between stakeholders from participating countries from two regions: Latin America & the Caribbean and the European Union MODEL OF COOPERATION

  4. CREATIVE WORKSHOPS • JUNE 2014 • a group of ITESMstudents • 21 days in Central Europe (CE) • applied research projects with students from the hosting university • area-study-courses on EU andparticipating CE countries • visits to Prague, Bratislava, Vienna

  5. ACTIVITIES • Road show to Mexico • Creative workshops • Meetings with businesses/organisations • Meetings with representatives of participating universities • Cooperation Agreement • Final event in Bratislava, Slovakia • Book about the REALITY project

  6. PROJECT’S CONSORTIUM • Slovak Republic • University of Economics in Bratislava (coordinator) Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava • Austria • Vienna University of Economics and Business Vienna University of Technology • Czech Republic • University of Economics, Prague • Spain • University of Granada • Mexico • Institute of Technology and Higher Studies • of Monterrey

  7. EUROPEAN UNION • Motto: UNITED IN DIVERSITY • 28 member states • 24 official languages • 4,38 million km2 • 506,82 millions of inhabitants (2012) • LAC-UE dialogue • 1999 Rio de Janeiro • 2010 Madrid – technology + innovation • CELAC-UE 2013

  8. USA Mexico Cuba Mexico City Belize Honduras Guatemala El Salvador Nicaragua Costa Rica Panama

  9. USA Cuba Mexico City Belize Honduras Guatemala El Salvador Nicaragua CostaRica Panama

  10. Ireland Great Britain Poland Germany France Switzerland Portugal Italy

  11. Ireland Great Britain Poland Germany Slovakia France Switzerland Portugal Italy

  12. Ireland GreatBritain Poland Germany Slovakia France Switzerland Austria Portugal Italy

  13. Ireland GreatBritain Poland Germany Czech republic Slovakia France Switzerland Austria Portugal Italy

  14. Ireland GreatBritain Poland Germany Czech republic Slovakia France Switzerland Austria Spain Portugal Italy

  15. Ireland GreatBritain Poland Germany Czech republic Slovakia France Switzerland Austria Granada Prague Bratislava Spain Portugal Italy Vienna

  16. Ireland GreatBritain Poland Germany Czech republic Slovakia France Switzerland Austria Prague Bratislava Granada Spain Portugal Italy Vienna

  17. Ireland GreatBritain Poland Germany Czech republic Slovakia France Switzerland Austria Bratislava Prague Granada Spain Portugal Italy Vienna

  18. SLOVAK REPUBLIC Capital city: Bratislava Area: 49 000 km2 Population: 5,5mil. Language: Slovak Currency: Euro/€

  19. SLOVAK REPUBLIC Membership: Key economic sectors: European Union, NATO, UNO, OECD, Schengen area, ... automotive industry, machinery, IT, metallurgy, electronic, chemical industry and food production www.slovakia.com

  20. BRATISLAVA Population: 550 000 • „Little big city“ • Advantageous geographic position (Vienna, Budapest, Prague) • Bratislava castle • Centre of science and education visit.bratislava.sk/EN/

  21. From Visions to Reality Universities in Bratislava

  22. UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS IN BRATISLAVA

  23. UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS IN BRATISLAVA 7 FACULTY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS FACULTY OF APPLIED LANGUAGES FACULTY OF BUSINESS ECONOMY FACULTY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY FACULTY OF COMMERCE FACULTY OF BUSINESS INFORMATICS FACULTY OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

  24. UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS IN BRATISLAVA Programmes and more than 130 individual courses taught in foreign languages (English, German, French, Spanish, Russian)

  25. SLOVAK UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY IN BRATISLAVA

  26. SLOVAK UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY IN BRATISLAVA 7 FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE FACULTY OF MATERIALS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN TRNAVA FACULTY OF INFORMATICS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF CHEMICAL AND FOOD TECHNOLOGY

  27. SLOVAK UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY IN BRATISLAVA

  28. Czech republic Slovakia Austria Bratislava Prague Spain Vienna Granada

  29. AUSTRIA Capital city: Vienna Area: 84 000 km2 Population: 8,4 mil. Language: German Currency: Euro/€

  30. AUSTRIA Membership: Key economic sectors: European Union, UNO, OECD, Schengen area, ... foodstuffs and luxury commodities, mechanical engineering and steel construction, chemicals and vehicle manufacturing and tourism www.oesterreich.com

  31. VIENNA Population: 1 700 000 • cultural events, imperial sights, coffee houses, cosy wine taverns • magnificent baroque palace Schönbrunn Palace • over 27 castles and more than 150 palaces www.wien.info/en/

  32. From Visions to Reality Universities in Vienna

  33. VIENNA UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS

  34. VIENNA UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS 11 Department of Business, Employment and Social Security Law Department of Economics Department of Finance and Accounting Department of Foreign Language Business Communication Department of Global Business and Trade Department of Information Systems and Operations Department of Management Department of Marketing Department of Public Law and Tax Law Department of Socioeconomics Department of Strategic Management and Innovation

  35. VIENNA UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS More than 200 individual courses taught in English language.

  36. VIENNA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY

  37. VIENNA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY 8 Faculty of Architecture and Planning Faculty of Civil Engineering Faculty of Electrical Engineering and InformationTechnology Faculty of Informatics Faculty of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Faculty of Mathematics and Geoinformation Faculty of Physics Faculty of Technical Chemistry

  38. VIENNA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY

  39. Czech republic Slovakia Austria Prague Bratislava Spain Vienna Granada

  40. CZECH REPUBLIC Capital city: Prague Area: 79000 km2 Population: 10,5 mil. Language: Czech Currency: Czech crown/Kč

  41. CZECH REPUBLIC Membership: Key economic sectors: European Union, NATO, UNO, OECD, Schengen area, ... automotive industry, energy industry, machinery, metallurgy, electronic, chemical, textile industry and food production / brewery industries. www.czech.cz

  42. PRAGUE Population: 1 258 000 • Favourite destination for tourists • Administrative, business, cultural, science and research centre • Historical structures (Charles bridge) www.praguewelcome.com

  43. From Visions to Reality University in Prague

  44. UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS, PRAGUE

  45. UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS, PRAGUE 6 FACULTY OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING FACULTY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF INFORMATICS AND STATISTICS FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT (JINDŘICHŮV HRADEC)

  46. UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS, PRAGUE More than 340 individual courses taught in English, German or French language.