Transferring Knowledge Internationally

The University of Wolverhampton has over 100 years’ experience in transferring knowledge across academic, organisational and governmental boundaries, real business engagement with tangible results.

We have a pioneering spirit and a track record of prestigious awards and professional accolades (including the Guardian University Award for best international project 2013, Praxis Unico Collaborative Impact award 2014, shortlisted for the Times Higher Education award for international collaboration and accreditation from the UK’s Institute of Knowledge Transfer).  The University of Wolverhampton is one of the UK’s largest providers of knowledge transfer between the business community and higher education partners.

Through our experience, we encourage and support meaningful change across borders and community networks. Through education, dialogue, and collaboration, the University of Wolverhampton can help you to accelerate regional business growth.

Oman Enterprise

In August 2014, the University of Wolverhampton hosted a delegation of 38 young entrepreneurs from Oman. This resulted from the development of a successful partnership between the Ministry of Higher Education Oman and the university. The Ministry of Higher Education sponsored the delivery of an innovative Graduate Entrepreneurship Accelerator Programme, offering an intensive four week enterprise learning experience to participants. It was a fantastic opportunity for the university to showcase its academic experience and solid capabilities within the entrepreneurship space, gained from over 25 years of knowledge transfer activities including new start-ups and incubators.

Oman Enterprise (Arabic Translation)

In August 2014, the University of Wolverhampton hosted a delegation of 38 young entrepreneurs from Oman. This resulted from the development of a successful partnership between the Ministry of Higher Education Oman and the university. The Ministry of Higher Education sponsored the delivery of an innovative Graduate Entrepreneurship Accelerator Programme, offering an intensive four week enterprise learning experience to participants. It was a fantastic opportunity for the university to showcase its academic experience and solid capabilities within the entrepreneurship space, gained from over 25 years of knowledge transfer activities including new start-ups and incubators.