Long-term efforts to support research and development at Slovak universities has recently borne fruit, at least, in the case of two Bratislava-based universities: Comenius University (UK) and Slovak University of Technology (STU).
Education Minister Martina Lubyová and rectors of both universities, Miroslav Fikar (STU) and Marek Števček (UK), signed a contract on October 15 that will equally distribute €111 million to both universities over a period of four years, until 2023.
“The Accord project can potentially influence Slovakia’s socio-economic development through modernisation and higher education development in the STEM study programmes at the most important universities in Slovakia,” the minister said.
16. Oct 2019 at 23:44 | Compiled by Spectator staff