7. 5. 2019  |  News


In April, a specialized trade mission to China took place, organized by the Chamber with the participation of 7 universities and educational institutions under the auspices of the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic and with the support of the Czech Parliament and the South Moravian Region.

The CSOK delegation was truly international. In addition to Czech universities such as Brno University of Technology, VŠB Ostrava, Mendel University, University of South Bohemia, VSTE Ceske Budejovice or the Chamber Academy, the largest state university from Montenegro, University of Montenegro, was represented by its vice-rector for international relations Boris Vukcevic.

The mission followed the venture's long-term activities and contacts, which the management of the Chamber opened in 2016.

The mission program took place in 5 cities of the People's Republic of China. Nearly a 30-member delegation began its business trip to Shanghai, from which it continued to Nanjing Capital City of Jiangsu and then further through Suqian and Xuzhou to Beijing.

The aim of the work mission was to establish international inter-university cooperation and recruit students of self-paying students to study mainly at Czech but also at Montenegrin universities.

The Chamber has been engaged in a program of international inter-university cooperation for many years. At present, the Chamber cooperates with universities not only in China, but also in the Russian Federation, Montenegro and other four countries of the former Soviet Union and Central Asia.

Education, science and research are commodities that are currently one of the few competitive export activities that the Czech Republic can successfully enforce and win on foreign markets.