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KTU: Knowledge Transfer Units - From Applied Research and Technology-Entrepreneurial Know-How Exchange to Development of Interdisciplinary Curricula Modules

Target area: Linking Higher Education & Society
Sub-target area: Practice-oriented Education
Target countries: Ukraine
Target groups: Companies, Higher Education Institutions
Duration: 12/2013 – 11/2016
Partners:

FH Joanneum Graz
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Universidad de Girona
Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm
International Scientific and Technical University Kiev
National Aerospace University Kharkov
Sevastopol Institute of Banking of the National Bank of Ukraine
Khmelnitskiy National University
Kyiv State Maritime Academy
Dniprodzerzhinsk State Technical University
Ukrainian Students’ Association
Center of Innovative Engineering Technologies Ltd. Kharkov
Association of Small Enterprises of Ukraine
Transcarpathian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Uzhgoro
Ukrainian Institute for Scientific, Technical & Economic Info Kiev
Dnipropetrovsk Aggregate Plant
Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine  

Budget line: Tempus IV Grant

 

Project Description

The Joint Tempus Project “Knowledge Transfer Unit - From Applied Research and Technology-Entrepreneurial Know-How Exchange to Development of Interdisciplinary Curricula Modules (KTU)” aims at development of sustainable relationship between universities and economy in Ukraine. The wider objective of this project is to strengthen the PCUs in a way that will allow them to fulfill their central role as innovators in their national economies and to become a respected partner of the enterprises.
The project has the following two specific objectives:
1.) With the support of the EU partners from Austria, Hungary, Spain and Sweden, the PCUs will establish Knowledge Transfer Units and develop their capacities. This will allow them to attract enterprises by offering them specific services and technologies (rapid prototyping technology). By working jointly on pilot projects universities and enterprises will develop direct and sustainable relationships that will considerably contribute to the development of both universities and the national economy.
2.) In second line this project aims at curriculum modernization using the inputs gained from the activities of the Knowledge Transfer Units and developing of new and modernized practice oriented interdisciplinary modules which will be implemented during the project


Important Documents & Links

http://my-ktu.eu/

Contact persons

Sperl Louise - Graz Office