On 4-5 December 2017 Óbuda University organized an international professional Conference on University and Business Cooperation in Central Europe (CUBCCE). The event was powered and supported by the Hungarian V4 Presidency. During the two days of the conference 27 presentations, two round-table discussions and one workshop were organized in two thematic sections: RDI cooperation models, good practices and new practices in educational cooperation.
A.V. Sharkova – Financial University, Moscow: COOPERATION OF RUSSIAN UNIVERSITIES WITH EMPLOYERS: EXPERIENCE AND PROSPECTS
As the world is undergoing a period of innovative development the economic growth and competitiveness of a country is becoming to be determined by corresponding achievements in science and technologies. The main subjects of the innovative market are: organizations (enterprises) – acting as creators of innovative goods, and the state – acting as a mechanism of business support and stimulation. Integral participant of innovative processes between these subjects are higher education institutions because they provide organizations with highly qualified personnel, while the state coordinates and finances the system of education.
Over 370 participants attended the 7th European University-Business Forum in Brussels on 6-7 April 2017. Many more people around the world were able to participate through live web-streaming (with simultaneous interpretation into French, German, and English) of the plenary sessions, and sending comments and questions through social networking tools. Videos of the plenary sessions, along with the programme and presentations are available on the Forum website.