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National KTP Week 2014

National KTP Week - Knowledge Transfer Partnerships

Birmingham City University is delighted to invite you to engage at the National KTP Week, starting from the 3rd until the 7th of November 2014. Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) communities across the UK will be celebrating National KTP Week dedicated to raising awareness  of the benefits of participating in this Government funded scheme.

 

Knowledge Transfer Partnership is a UK Government funded programme between a graduate, an organisation and a University lasting between 6 months to 3 years. KTP has been successfully running for over 40 years and has become one of the largest graduate recruitment programmes across the United Kingdom. If you would like to see how the KTP scheme could apply your research, secure research funding and engage with businesses and other external organisations, we would be more than happy to assist you. For further information, please contact:

 

Natalie Lewis, MInstKT

Knowledge Transfer Manager,
Research, Innovation & Enterprise
Birmingham City University

M: 07974 570533
E: natalie.lewis[at]bcu.ac.uk

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Niku (Nabaneet) Dutta has done his under-graduation in Computer Science and post-graduation in MBA (Dual) - Marketing & Personnel Management. Niku creates value for companies by identifying the profit opportunities of this new age while guiding professionals through today's ever-evolving new media markets, practices and challenges. He is currently pursuing his 2nd master in Future Media Pro & Digital Communications (MSc) from Birmingham City University.

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