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Kingston University is the largest provider of higher education in south-west London. They are renowned for teaching excellence across their faculties and have established themselves as a growing force in research.
Kingston University has been facilitating KTPs since 1992 and has won various awards and outstanding ratings for projects. The average turnover of their partner companies has grown by over 40% as a result of two-year KTPs.
London South Bank University is one of London’s largest and oldest universities. Since 1892, they have been providing vocationally-relevant, accredited and professionally recognised education.
LSBU has delivered over 160 successful KTPs. They collaborate with a broad range of companies from small food manufacturers wanting to update their technology, large organisations like Tate Britain keen to know more about museum audiences and global giants like McDonald’s eager to improve their food display systems.
Anglia Ruskin University is one of the largest universities in the East of England, with more than 35,000 students studying at every level: from undergraduate to postgraduate, research degrees to distance learning.
Anglia Ruskin University has been involved in the running of Knowledge Transfer Partnerships for the last 15 years. These have involved the departments of Computing & Technology, Built Environment, The Lord Ashcroft International Business School, Life Sciences, Psychology and Music & Performing Arts.
Creativity has always been the hallmark of Goldsmiths. Academic excellence and imaginative course content combine to make a place where creative minds can thrive and ideas are allowed to grow.
The Knowledge Transfer Programme is a long-term collaborative relationship whereby the City can access and benefit from the academic research and teaching expertise of Goldsmiths’ staff, while academics will have many opportunities to work alongside staff from the City, in the co-production of research and evaluation projects, teaching and skills development.
To spearhead knowledge transfer development, the Knowledge Transfer Committee was formed to assist the Vice-President (Research and Technology) to formulate institutional policies and strategies to promote and facilitate knowledge transfer activities across all disciplines. Through knowledge transfer, City ensured that knowledge including technology, know-how, expertise and skills are transmitted to society and the outcomes, commercially or non-commercially oriented, are expected to enhance the community’s social or economic well being.
Knowledge transfer activities undertaking by City KTO includes technology licensing, coordination of knowledge transfer activities conducted by CityU stakeholders, Intellectual property protection and management and promotion of the University’s research output.
For more than 130 years, Middlesex University has been home to great minds with a determined and unwavering ambition to improve our world through teaching, learning and research.
Staff in the Education Department engage in a broad range of Knowledge Transfer (KT) collaborative activity with national and international education settings and with organisations in the public and private sectors. These mutually beneficial partnerships are concerned with improving children’s educational outcomes and with the wider holistic needs of children and their families.
The University of Greenwich has a proud and historic tradition of helping students attain academic excellence in a diverse range of disciplines and fields.
The University of Greenwich have their own KTP Centre, which is responsible for: Generating company and academic interest in the scheme, developing project ideas, assisting nominated academics and their partner companies with the completion and submission of applications
The University of Hertfordshire is the UK’s leading business-facing university and an exemplar in the sector. It is innovative and enterprising and challenges individuals and organisations to excel.
The University of Hertfordshire’s own knowledge transfer product, Knowledge for Business (K4B) opens up academic expertise to those that want more flexibility in their project or that don’t meet the KTP criteria.
Founded in 1992, Bournemouth University engages with organisations to improve KTP.
Some of their successful KTPs include: Morning Data (Software systems -Reverse engineer and re-develop a modularised product) and Dorset Cereals (Food Manufacturer – Developed and implemented integrated marketing and production strategies that facilitated and supported a trebling of sales revenue)