On this page you'll find answers to some of the questions we're asked about Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) with Anglia Ruskin University.
We work with you and the academic lead to prepare and submit a proposal. Our team will be responsible for the knowledge transfer partnership grant administration.
You will need to provide the following details:
All the information that you supply will be treated confidentially.
A decision will be made approximately three weeks after the proposal is submitted online by our team. The chances of success are very high; about 90% of proposals are approved.
It’s time to start the graduate recruitment process. We act as your recruitment agency, advertising both regionally and nationally. We then work with you during the selection process to shortlist candidates and invite to interview.
We look after all recruitment administration, leaving the final decision of who to recruit down to you.
We employ the graduate, but they'll be based at your company full-time, working to company hours and with company holidays. All administration relating to the graduate's employment is the responsibility of Anglia Ruskin University.
Project development is monitored by the KTP Associate, the academic, the company supervisor and the KTP regional advisor. Quarterly meetings are attended by the KTP Associate, the company supervisor, KTP manager and KTP regional advisor.
Academics supervise the KTP Associate (graduate) and offer consulting support to your company, spending typically half a day per week on-site.
Though it's not obligatory, but many of the graduates are offered permanent positions on completion of the project.
KTP works across a huge variety of sectors and is open to graduates of all degree subjects. By undergoing a KTP project, which can last for four months to three years, graduates manage a tactical development in a business supported by experienced staff and academics, giving their career an excellent boost. KTP Associates on projects may be able to also register for a funded higher degree at Anglia Ruskin during their project.