Through joint research projects, professorships, R+D programmes, sponsorship, volunteering and other collaboration models, organisations can gain numerous advantages. Assistance with CSR policies in organisations, commitment to attracting talent and developing future generations and gaining tax advantages are some contributions that can improve the positioning of companies.
The University and the Company have a multitude of possibilities that are worth exploring together, training and talent need meeting places, which we provide here.
Both Company and University should understand training as a matter of collaboration and should work together to maximise benefits and meet the needs of both.
Our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes are delivered by professionals that transfer their knowledge by bringing the company into the lecture hall.
Students and past students have the benefit of tutors and mentors that facilitate their development through competency training programmes and professional mentoring.
CEU University and educational centres offer a multitude of research projects and solidarity and volunteering projects that organisations can incorporate into their CSR policies.
This encourages employee commitment and, at the same time, supports the training and development of future generations.
As an educational group, we understand that generating knowledge through research and transferring that to society requires the support of institutions and companies.
Our institutes, centres and research groups (many of which have a clear international vision), the numerous extraordinary professorships promoted by external entities and joint projects with other institutions and public or private financing, are all good examples and confirm a clear commitment to collaboration between the university and the business world.
One of CEU’s aims is to contribute to the advancement of society through activity in the public arena. This is why disseminating and releasing information on collaborations with institutions, organisations and companies is a fundamental area when it comes to understanding our relationships.
All our communication channels (press offices, web pages, publishers, TV producer, etc.) are aimed at publicising what we do to improve and have a positive effect on the world around us.