Knowledge Transfer Partnerships at the University of Brighton
The Centre for Collaboration and Partnership runs the University of Brighton's successful KTP programme – a national government scheme which provides up to 67% grant funding to enable companies to become more innovative, competitive and profitable by engaging in knowledge transfer with universities.
What is a KTP?
A Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) is a partnership between a company, university and a graduate who work together to deliver a strategic project for the business which the company would be unable to do without the knowledge and expertise provided by the University.
The graduate (Associate) is employed by the university, but spends the majority of their time working in the company as part of the company.
Find out more:
Information for businesses and organisations interested in engaging with the University to develop a strategic project.
Information for academics interested in engaging with businesses via KTP.
Information for graduates interested in KTP Associate opportunities.