New business partnerships for Kingston University

Posted Tuesday 20 August 2013

The School of Science, Engineering and Computing is delighted to announce new Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs).

The aim of knowledge transfer is to encourage innovation and improve the effectiveness of an organisation through collaboration with a university. The government-funded scheme can fund up to 60% of your project costs and usually involves a three-way partnership between a company, an academic or academic team, and a highly skilled graduate. Find out more in our KTP section or contact us for further information.

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