CEVRO Institute wishes to invite you to the next session of the CEVRO Institute Academic Forum (CIAF), which takes place on 23th March 2011 at 4:30 p. m. in the college’s aula.
Take your ideas off the ground within 48 hrs! We'll bring you hundred professionals in software development, UX and graphics design, visions, marketing, and business to build new web services or mobile applications.
The American Center would like to invite you to a panel discussion on the occasion of Ronald Reagan´s centennial celebration.
CEVRO Institute has been awarded the Erasmus University Charter, which enables the college to participate in the Life Long Learning Program Erasmus.
Josef Šíma, CEVRO Institute president, contributed to a policy study presented at the European Parliament in Brussels on December 2, 2010: The Monti Report: A Critical Appraisal. The study is published by the Bruno Leoni Institute. discusses the "Monti Report," drafter by the former Competition...
The CEVRO INSTITUTE and the LEGATUM INSTITUTE are pleased to invite you to a panel discussion and a reception under the auspices of Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, Mr Petr Nečas, and Minister for Trade and Industry, Mr Martin Kocourek.
Peter Boettke, professor of economics at George Mason University, the BB&T Professor for the Study of Capitalism, vice president for research, and research director for the Global Prosperity Initiative at the Mercatus Center was awarded the Fulbright Commission scholarship to come to CEVRO...
On November 1, 2010 president of CEVRO Institute Josef Šíma signed a Memorandum of Understanding which opens the door for future co-operation with Syed Imad-ud-Din Asad (LL.M. Harvard), University of Management and Technology , Johar Town, Pakistan.
CEVRO Institute has become a place attracting foreign Ph.D. students to conduct their research projects. Historically first of those is Valeria Gidiu from Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Babes Bolyai University Cluj Napoca in Romania.
Two CEVRO Institute scholars became members of the 15-member commission led by Jiri Sedivy, the NATO Assistant Secretary General for Defence Policy and Planning.