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Thursday 21 September
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Knowledge Transfer Partnerships

Knowledge Transfer Team

Who we are?

The knowledge transfer team is:

  • Simon Daly, KT Manager
  • Tammy Au, Business Admin Manager

You can contact us at knowledge@anglia.ac.uk

Knowledge Transfer Partnerships

Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) are designed to help encourage growth and inject valuable knowledge and expertise into a company.

A partnership is a three-way collaboration between:

  • the organisation
  • a graduate employee, from any university (known as a KTP Associate) who transfers the knowledge you company is seeking into their organisation
  • us (Anglia Ruskin, known as the knowledge base). As the academic you will supervise the KTP Associate and offer your consulting support throughout the collaboration.

Together you work on a project central to the business' needs as it will require the injection of knowledge, expertise and financial assistance.

KTPs helps our University exploit its knowledge and increase the industrial and commercial relevance of our teaching and research.

Knowledge Transfer Partnerships are supported by a government grant of 38,000 per year, complemented by financial contributions made by the partner company of 19,000 per year. These funds support the employment of high calibre graduates, who work full time at the company on projects designed to realise strategic advances. The company will receive over 25 days of academic consultancy and support each year of the programme.

The graduates are supervised jointly by senior company personnel and an academic from the university. In addition graduates receive formal training aimed at developing technical and managerial skills to develop them as business leaders for the future.

For more details about Knowledge Transfer Partnerships please see our external pages for benefits to academics, and benefits to graduates