International Week MENDELU - Join the lectures at our faculty!

20. 3. 2023

MENDELU International Week will take place from 28 March to 1 April. Don’t miss the lectures that our faculty will participate in.
As part of the International Week, we prepared an offer of open classes in English for all of you who are thinking about an Erasmus mobility or any other stay abroad…

Come and try lectures and seminars in English, challenge yourself, see how other teachers teach what you know in Czech. These open classes are a great opportunity for testing yourself. How does it work? Just join the classes of your choice, if the capacity of the room allows it, you will be welcome.



8.00-9.50Z6Mgr. Martin SchmiedlEthnicity and DevelopmentPolitical Problems of Developing Countries in English
9.00-10.50Z28Ing. Ebo Tawiah Quartey, Ph.D.Economics of Solutions to Environmental ProblemsEconomic Aspects of Environmental Protection in English
9.00-10.50Z11Ing. Mgr. Jiří Čeněk, Ph.D.Cross-cultural differences in emotionCross-cultural Psychology in English
13.00-14.50Z6prof. Dr. Ing. Libor GregaOutput and costs of firmsMicroeconomics in English


9.00-10.50Z3Ing. Samuel Antwi Darkwah, Ph.D.Challenges of Urbanisation in AfricaDevelopment Problems in Africa in English
9.00-10.51Z5Ing. Radka Redlichová, Ph.D.International Suppliers Chain – workshop with guest expert Michal Kaláb (Resebio)Fundamentals of Presentation Skills
10.00-11.50Z6Mgr. Martin Hrabálek, Ph.D.European Single MarketEuropean Union in English
13.00-14.30Z9Ing. Radka Redlichová, Ph.D.International Suppliers Chain – workshop with guest expert Michal Kaláb (Resebio)Fundamentals of Presentation Skills
15.00-17.50Z6Mgr. Michal Ševčík, LL.M.Political Science in English
16.00-17.50AulaIng. Jiří Schneider, Ph.D., doc.Dušan JanákThe wolf management in an international context (the case of Poland, Belarus and Germany) by guest professor Krzysztof NiedziałkowskiEnvironmental Policy in International Environment


8.00-9.50Z23Mgr. Martin HrabálekMigration, security and justiceEuropean Union in making: policies, dilemmas and prospects
13.00-14.50Z28Ing. Ebo Tawiah Quartey, Ph.D.Entrepreneurship and DevelopmentEntrepreneurship in Developing World in English
11.00-12.50Z6prof. Ing. Tomáš Lošák, Ph.D.Kinds of agricultureGlobal Agriculture in EN
13.00-13.50Z23Mgr. Martin SchmiedlBigmen, heterarchy and informalisation of politics in AfricaPolitics and contemporary political problems of sub-Saharan African countries in EN
13.00-15.50Z6Francois Stefanus LateganBasic models of development of agriculture and agricultural sector, agribusiness, global value chains in contextAgricultural Policy and Trade in English
15.00-16.50Z3Ing. Raymond Kofi AdjeiCosts and Cost BehaviourInternational Entrepreneurship in English
11.00 – 12.50Z26Ing. Denisa KovářováSpeaking Session I – debate and other speaking activitiesWorld Language – English Advanced Course 2
17.00-18.50Moravian Gallery, permanent exhibitionLenka Zouhar Ludvíková, Ph.D.Arts and MusicIntercultural Competence in English
15.00 – 16.50Z14prof. Jan SucháčekVisualization of dynamic data on EU regions NUTS 2 by guest professor dr. hab. Markowska (Wroclaw University of Economics and Business)Regional and Urban Marketing
11.00-12.30Z8Mgr. RNDr. Pavel Ptáček, Ph.D.Artists and their spatial decisions in the context of urban development by guest professor Monika Murzyn-Kupisz J(agellonian University in Krakow)Demography and Settlements of Developing World


9.00-10.50Z7doc.Helena Modrá, Ph.D.Presentation of the Mary’s Meals - organization providing food aid in some of the world's poorest countries - with guest experts Marian Janov and Kristina TřeškováGeneral Approaches to Food Security Ensuring in EN
11.00-12.50Z28Mgr. RNDr. Pavel Ptáček, Ph.D.Population theories and policiesDemography and Settlements of Developing World in English
11.00-12.50Z6Lenka Zouhar Ludvíková, Ph.D.Info management + title development + timing + pecha kucha introductionPresentation Skills in English
11.00-12.50Z7Francois Stefanus LateganGlobalization and global production systemsGlobal Production Networks in English
13.00-14.50Z6Lenka Zouhar Ludvíková, Ph.D.Info management + title development + timing + pecha kucha introductionPresentation Skills in English
15.00-16.50Z6Ing. Ebo Tawiah Quartey, Ph.D.Development aid and NGONon-Profit Organizations and Development Aid in English
15.00-16.50Z28prof. Jan SucháčekThe Economics of Urban Commons by guest professor dr. Polko (University of Economics in Katowice)Regional and Urban Marketing


9.00-10.50AulaIng. Nahanga Verter, Ph.D.Measures of location and variabilityApplied Statistics in English
11.00-12.50Z6Francois Stefanus LateganInitiating the industrialization process and strategies of industrial transformationEconomic Processes in Developing Countries in EN
13.00-15.50Z8doc. JUDr. PhDr. Marek Čejka, Ph.D.Role of religion in the Middle EastDevelopment Problems of the Middle East in English
13.00-15.50Z28Ing. Emmanuel Kofi Ankomah, Ph.D.The concept of spatial variation of human economic activitiesEconomic Geography of Asia, Africa and Latin America in English
13.00-14.50Z6Ing. Nahanga Verter, Ph.D.Industrialization and transportation development in developing world by guest professor Sunday Ojo Adigbo (Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta)Economic Processes in Developing Countries in EN
15.00-17.50Z6Ing. Nahanga Verter, Ph.D.The State of Agricultural Production and Commodity Markets by guest professor Abiodun Elijah Obayelu (Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta)Integration Processes of Agrarian Sector in English

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