Best Thesis Competition

Rector of the school Dr. Martina Mannová announces the Best Thesis Competition for 2023

Are you defending your thesis in 2023? All undergraduate and postgraduate students at AMBIS University of Applied Sciences are invited to enter the competition for the best thesis. The deadline for submitting applications and thesis submissions for the competition is 30 September 2023.

Application for the competition

The competition for the best final thesis at AMBIS University is carried out with the aim of promoting students' creative activity and their preparation for professional activity. It is aimed at the final theses of Bachelor's and postgraduate students and their supervisors of Bachelor's and Master's theses, with the aim of producing high quality final theses and thus involving students in the scientific and research activities of the school.

Also this year, the AMBIS University announced the Best Thesis Competition. We are very pleased that the interest in this competition continues and the number of theses submitted to the competition continues to increase. This year a total of 28 theses were evaluated.

The theses were evaluated in two main categories: bachelor theses and master theses. These theses were then evaluated by department.

In the category of Bachelor's thesis at the Department of Economics and Management the winning thesis was Bc. Zdeněk Šavelka "Outsourcing in the public sector - vendor lock-in in the Ministry of Defence of the Czech Republic" (thesis supervisor doc. Ing. Michal Plaček, Ph.D.).

The winning bachelor thesis at the Department of Security and Law is "Security Strategy and its Implementation - System and Managerial Aspects" (the author of the thesis Bc. Klára Chaloupková, thesis supervisor doc. Ing. Hana Bartošová, CSc., dr.h.c.).

The winning thesis at the Department of Safety and Law is the thesis of Mgr. Veronika Kučerová's thesis "Grant system of crime prevention of the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic" (thesis supervisor doc. Mgr. Oldřich Krulík, Ph.D.) and at the Department of Economics and Management the winning thesis "Possibilities of increasing productivity and streamlining corporate processes" by Ing. Martin Mareš (thesis supervisor PhDr. Iva Zadražilová, Ph.D.).

Congratulations to all winners and thank you for your participation.