Project Manager

Mária Málková

Mária’s role in the project is to assist the team with the EU grant guidelines and rules, maintaining the schedule and all project documentation.

Mária Málková is a Project Manager and Grant Specialist at the Institute of Ethnology, Czech Academy of Sciences. After finishing her bachelor degree in business administration in Slovakia, she travelled to Sydney to study Master of International Business at University of Western Sydney. She obtained her second Master’s degree in European Business at Ecole Supérieur de Commerce, Le Havre, France. After finishing her overseas studies, she has moved to Prague to start working in research institutions in grant departments. Her experience in National Institute of Mental Health, where she was a part of the European project, has prepared her for the administration position in the BOAR project.

At the Institute of Ethnology of the CAS, Mária’s role is to coordinate the grant agendas of the institution, provide information about national and European grant opportunities and assist researchers with project proposals, implementation and reporting. In the BOAR project, she has the administrative role of supporting the Principal Investigator and the entire team.



2002 | Master’s degree. ESC Le Havre, France: Master of European Business
2001 | Master’s degree. University of Western Sydney, Sydney: Master of International Business


Current Projects 

2021-2023: Project “EUMOB” (OP VVV, Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports)
International Mobility of Research, Technical and Administrative Staff of Research Organizations 

  • Project management & Administrative assistance


2022-2027: Project Romani Atlantic: Transcontinental Logic of Ethno-Racial Identities (Lumina Quaeruntur, Czech Academy of Sciences)

  • Project management & Administrative assistance


2022–2025: Programme of Support for Excellent Research in Priority Areas of Public Interest in Health Care – EXCELES (Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports)

  • Project management & Administrative assistance