International Evaluation 2020

 



 

SELF-EVALUATION REPORTS IN MODULES 3, 4 AND 5 (accessible upon login)

 



SUMMARY LIST OF ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION: MODULE M3


Faculty of Arts (FA)


3.1 General self-assessment of the social benefit of R&D&I in the fields of research at the evaluated unit, and of the evaluated unit as a whole
3.2 Applied research projects
3.6 Significant applied research results with an impact other than an economic one on society
3.11 Recognition by the international R&D&I community
3.12 The most significant activities in the popularisation of R&D&I and communication with the public

Faculty of Agriculture (FAgr)


3.2 Applied research projects
3.3 Contract research
3.4 Revenues from non-public sources (besides grants or contract research) from research work
3.5 Applied research results with an existing or prospective economic impact on society
3.6 Significant applied research results with an impact other than an economic one on society
3.8 System and support of technology transfer and intellectual property protection 
3.12 The most significant activities in the popularisation of R&D&I and communication with the public

Faculty of Economics (FEco)


3.1 General self-assessment of the social benefit of R&D&I in the fields of research at the evaluated unit, and of the evaluated unit as a whole
3.6 Significant applied research results with an impact other than an economic one on society
3.7 The evaluated unit’s most significant interactions with the non-academic application/corporate sphere
3.10 The most significant individual awards for R&D&I
3.11 Recognition by the international R&D&I community

Faculty of Fisheries and Protection of Waters (FFPW)


3.1 General self-assessment of the social benefit of R&D&I in the fields of research at the evaluated unit, and of the evaluated unit as a whole
3.5 Applied research results with an existing or prospective economic impact on society
3.7 The evaluated unit’s most significant interactions with the non-academic application/corporate sphere
3.10 The most significant individual awards for R&D&I
3.12 The most significant activities in the popularisation of R&D&I and communication with the public

Faculty of Health and Social Sciences (FHSS)


3.1 General self-assessment of the social benefit of R&D&I in the fields of research at the evaluated unit, and of the evaluated unit as a whole
3.2 Applied research projects
3.11 Recognition by the international R&D&I community
3.12 The most significant activities in the popularisation of R&D&I and communication with the public

Faculty of Education (FEdu)


3.2 Applied research projects
3.4 Revenues from non-public sources (besides grants or contract research) from research work

Faculty of Science (FSci)


3.1 General self-assessment of the social benefit of R&D&I in the fields of research at the evaluated unit, and of the evaluated unit as a whole
3.3 Contract research
3.9 Strategy for setting up and support of spin-off firms or other forms of commercialization of R&D&I results
3.10 The most significant individual awards for R&D&I
3.12 The most significant activities in the popularisation of R&D&I and communication with the public

Faculty of Theology (FThe)


No additional documentation

SUMMARY LIST OF ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION: MODULE M4


4.1 Organisation and management of R&D&I
4.2 Support system of R&D&I and measures to stimulate high-quality science
4.3 Institutional regulations for the use of institutional support for the LCDRO
4.5 Training system in the area of intellectual property protection and technology transfer
4.6 Organisation of doctoral studies
4.7 Internationalisation of doctoral studies
4.9 Rules for funding doctoral students, including foreign students (stimulation and motivation tools)
4.12 Mobility of academic staff and researchers (including segmental and intersegmental mobility)
4.13 Internationalisation of the internal environment
4.14 System for career growth for academic staff and researchers
4.17 Human resources structure
4.18 Gender equality measures
4.26 Internal regulations and measures for maintaining good practice in R&D&I (e.g. Code of Conduct for Research Integrity, ethical issues)

SUMMARY LIST OF ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION: MODULE M5


5.1 The evaluated institution’s R&D&I mission and vision


5.4 Strategy and strategic management tools to improve the international or sectoral competitiveness of the university’s research work and quality


5.5 Institutional tools for implementing the research strategy, emphasizing support of quality R&D&I and the innovation environment



SUMMARY LIST OF ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION: APPENDICES MODULES M3-M5


Appendix 2: Outcomes of results available from the evaluation at the national level