JCMM - support for the gifted
JCMM is a specialized interest association in the South Moravian Region. It focuses on supporting talented students and human resources for science, especially in the fields of natural sciences, mathematics, IT, technology, and medicine. The organisation connects students, teachers, scientists, and those who want to pass on their know-how. One of our new project also aims to create conditions for the development of gifted students in the South Moravian Region. It includes pre-screening of talented pupils in the South Moravian Region.
JCMM also operates several Czech centres abroad with the aim of attracting the most talented foreign students to Brno universities. The organisation also provides long-term career guidance, online service for parents and pupils when choosing a school, and a number of other services generally motivated by efforts to improve the environment in the field of care and development of the potential of the population of South Moravia. Activities of the JCMM are also implemented at an early age of children - both in kindergartens, and at the first stage of primary school as part of technical education.
The members of the JCMM association are the South Moravian Region, Masaryk University, Brno University of Technology, Mendel University in Brno and the University of Veterinary, and Pharmaceutical Sciences in Brno. JCMM is a member of the European Council for High Ability (ECHA) and the EURAXESS network in the Czech Republic. Its activities are part of the Regional Innovation Strategy of the South Moravian Region.
Focus of the JCMM
- Mathematical and technical education
- Programmes for university students and researchers
- Gifted and talented pupils and students
- Career guidance
Objectives of the JCMM
- Support of kindergartens, primary schools, and secondary school teachers in the South Moravian Region, especially when working with gifted students.
- Support for talented students in the South Moravian Region from high school to Ph.D. study.
- Creation of conditions for the influx of gifted students from abroad.
- Support of the inflow of top scientists into the South Moravian Region.
- Support of technical education in kindergartens and primary schools in the South Moravian Region.
Kindergartens and primary schools
- Education of primary and secondary school counselors in the area of career guidance.
- Support for school leaders in a group and an individual form.
- Methodology and cross-border cooperation with teachers.
- Comprehensive support for children’s interest in technology.
High school students and teachers
- We connect talented students with scientists - internships at research institutions, conceiving the first scientific projects (SOČ), lectures, seminars, etc.
- We organize extracurricular educational activities for students, such as interdisciplinary competitions, etc.
- We work closely with teachers at secondary schools in the South Moravian Region - exchange of information about activities for gifted students, search for the gifted, pre-screening and others.
Undergraduates and Ph.D. students
- We provide a financial contribution for career guidance for undergraduate students.
- We offer a 3-year scholarship to gifted Ph.D. students so that they can devote themselves fully to science.
- We provide one-year start-up scholarships for foreign applicants from third countries who have never studies in the Czech Republic to study at partner universities in the South Moravian Region.
- We provide administrative support of students, i.e. assistance with the admission procedure, diploma nostrification, visa procedure and more.
- We assist students with preparation for study in the Czech language through foreign lectureships.
- The SoMoPro mobility programme offers 1-3-year grants to finance the stay of foreign researchers in the region and the reintegration of Czech researchers from abroad.
- Within the pan-European EURAXESS network, the JCMM provides assistance not only to researchers but also to their families with the preparation and organization of their trip to a foreign country and provides comprehensive advice on their mobility issues. All services offered by the EURAXESS network are free of charge.
How can companies use JCMM?
- If you want to capture gifted and motivated high school and doctoral students (from the Czech Republic and abroad) offer them internships, excursions or professional lectures - contact us.
See more information on the JCMM´s website www.jcmm.cz.
South Moravian Centre for International Mobility
Česká 166/11, 602 00 Brno, Czech Republic
Phone: +420 541 211 043, e-mail: ,
- I.South Moravia: Geography, Labour Force, Economy
- II. Legal Regulation of Business Activities, Establishment of Business Entities
- III. Accounting and Auditing
- IV. Tax System in the Czech Republic
- V. Employment and Labour Regulations
- VI. Visa and Integration after Arrival
VII. Co-operation with South Moravian Institutions
- CEITEC – Central European Institute of Technology
- Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the Brno University of Technology
- TTO – Technology Transfer Office at the Brno University of Technology
- AdMaS – Advanced Materials, Structures and Technologies
- Centre SIX – Sensor, Information and Communication Systems
- NETME Centre – New Technologies for Mechanical Engineering
- CVVOZE – Centre for Research and Utilisation of Renewable Energy
- CMV – Materials Research Centre
- Masaryk University - International Staff Office (ISO)
- TTO MU – Technology Transfer Office of Masaryk University
- JCMM - support for the gifted
- The Centre for Foreigners JMK
- ISOB – The International School of Brno
- BEC – Brno Expat Centre
- International Clinical Research Centre (ICRC) of St. Anne’s University Hospital in Brno
- JIC – South Moravian Innovation Centre
- VIII. Practical Information: Working and Living in South Moravia