Development

Grant programmes allow us to secure funding on a scale of hundreds of millions of crowns.

We are developing new buildings, rebuilding and modernizing existing facilities, innovating our material base (laboratory equipment, machinery and technology), supporting talented young researchers, popularizing scientific activity, putting knowledge into practice, etc.

Construction and investment

One of the most important investment projects in recent years on a European wide scale was the development of a unique centre focused on fisheries and protection of water - CENAKVA in Vodňany. An extensive campus park rejuvenation is also in progress, new pavilions for the Faculty of Science, Faculty of Agriculture and Faculty of Fisheries & Protection of Waters are being developed as well as a Science and Technology Park, some residential halls are under reconstruction and by 2016, the complex will also include a new Student Club and University kindergarten.

Project support for the University

We design, collect and elaborate on ideas for the development of the university and its areas.  We translate these into a comprehensive project plan in order to obtain grants. We provide comprehensive management of project implementation in terms of factual, administrative and financial aspects and we ensure sustainability of the completed projects.

Grants for aspiring scientists

The projects are aimed at finding placements for doctoral programme graduates, to further their career development, to develop new post-doctoral positions at the University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice and to further cooperation with foreign institutions.

Additional activities

  • Project Science Zoom – popularization of science and research
  • Professional seminars and workshops
  • Development of nature trails
     

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