Here at the University of Central Lancashire we have a dedicated and highly experienced Knowledge Transfer Partnerships team who will provide support throughout the whole of your KTP process.
KTP is a UK-wide, government-funded programme, aimed at assisting businesses to improve competitiveness, productivity and performance. Businesses achieve this through the use of knowledge, technology and skills available to them within universities such as UCLan.
What will this involve?
KTP is a partnership between your business and UCLan. If your business enters into partnership with us we will:
What does it cost and who is it for?
The total annual cost of a KTP on average is £65k, which is split between the business and the government funding body.
How will it benefit your business?
KTP at UCLan will help you and your business to:
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) at the University of Central Lancashire
If you are interested in finding out more about KTP then please contact our Knowledge Transfer Partnership and Business Development Manager Ruth Slater on:
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) are funded by UKRI through Innovate UK with the support of co-funders, including the Scottish Funding Council, Welsh Government, Invest Northern Ireland, Defra and BEIS. Innovate UK manages the KTP and mKTP programmes and facilitates its delivery through a range of partners including the KTN, Knowledge Bases and Businesses. Further information about KTP can be found on the national website.