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What is West of Scotland KTP Centre?

Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) link forward thinking organisations with the UK’s world class knowledge base to deliver innovative projects led by inspired graduates.

The West of Scotland KTP Centre supports organisations to secure KTP funding with Universities located in the Glasgow-region including Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow School of Art, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, University of Glasgow and University of Strathclyde.

Our unique regional approach provides easy access to world-leading expertise and the very latest knowledge to help you innovate and grow.

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Highlights

Over its 28 year history the West of Scotland KTP Centre has supported over 500 KTPs and secured over £75m in funding. We've an almost 100% success rate and our projects are routinely graded as outstanding. We're ready to help you get started on your KTP journey.

500+

projects

£75m

funding

Over 28

years' experience

Almost 100%

success rate

Ranked 1st

in UK

43

active projects

I've worked in KTP since the Centre was established in 1996 and have been involved in over 500 inspirational KTP projects. Our distinctive regional KTP Centre model, exclusive to Scotland, provides UK organisations with effortless access to a number of universities boasting leading-edge expertise and the most current knowledge. Please get in touch to find out more about KTP and how we can support you from idea to impact.

Elaine Wallace
Director

Elaine Wallace - Director

Our Knowledge Base Partners

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Glasgow Caledonian University logo
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Vacancies

Wind Farm Maintenance Advanced Scheduling (KTP Associate)

Glasgow

Salary: Up to £40,000

Closing Date: 29/02/2024

University: University of Strathclyde

Company: Turner Iceni

Qualifications: Hons/MSc/PhD in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering or computer science, or significant relevant experience in addition to relevant Hons/MSc degree

Dr James Carroll
j.carroll@strath.ac.uk

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Artificial Intelligence Specialist: Ultrasonic Inspection (KTP Associate)

Newhouse, Scotland

Salary: £36,000-£40,500

Closing Date: 18/03/2024

University: University of Strathclyde

Company: Novosound

Qualifications: PhD/EngD (or equivalent industrial experience) in Engineering/Physics/Computer Science or related discipline.

Dr Katherine Tant
katy.tant@strath.ac.uk

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