Fastening positive relations between the civilian and military societies is a persistent mission of the Faculty of Military Leadership University of Defence that uses tools such as presentations of growing professionalism or improving academic activities. From this point of view, attention is primarily paid to maintaining traditionally good contacts to national and/or local government bodies, universities and Czech national defence and security corps.
Among the leading institutions in cooperation, the following should be mentioned: Masaryk University and Mendel University in Brno.
As far as national security and defence industry are concerned, Faculty of Military Leadership partners include General Directorate of the Fire Rescue Service of the Czech Republic, Police of the Czech Republic, Customs Administration of the Czech Republic, Czech Defence and Security Industry Association, Czech Private Security Services Association, Czech Flood Protection Association and Nuclear Research Institute of Rez.
For practical applications of research and development, Faculty collaborates with the military technical institutes deployed in the nearby regions, such as VOP 026 Šternberk s.p. – Divize Vyškov and Divize Slavičín or Vojenský opravárenský podnik 025 Nový Jičín s.p. Other collaborating companies: T-SOFT, a.s., AURA s.r.o., CALS Servis s.r.o., DELINFO s.r.o.
The graduates from the military programmes of the Faculty of Military Leadership University of Defence should be given a comprehensive range of knowledge so that they were able to control and command military units. During their studies they learn leadership skills out of the University, particularly during the periods of basic training, basic application course and special application course. For that the Facutly cooperates with Training Command – Military Academy, while for practical military experience the students and teachers participate in live and/or command post exercises at selected military units. The importance of cooperation with regional military commands and MoD facilities has grown.
Faculty of Military Leadership University of Defence supports military-oriented events and military history traditions through meetings at schools, discussions with was veterans, thematic expositions or commemorative ceremonies. Military-oriented events are considered an important part of presenting modernised and professional Army of the Czech Republic. Events for basic and secondary schools are organised by the University of Defence jointly with Brno municipal police, Brno regional command and Brno unit of the Czechoslovak Legionnaires Community.