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KTH Royal Institute of Technology’s strategic partnerships for societal impact

Elena Galán-Muros
Kth royal institute of technology case study

Discover the transformative journey of KTH Royal Institute of Technology as it leverages strategic partnerships to drive collaboration and societal impact. Founded on the principles of innovation and societal relevance, KTH prioritises collaboration with private and public sector stakeholders to create breakthroughs and social benefits locally, regionally, nationally, and globally.

Guided by a six-year development plan, KTH focuses on five key areas to enhance collaboration and partnerships, including developing strategic alliances, increasing staff mobility, incentivising collaboration, implementing internal support mechanisms, and integrating collaboration into research and education planning.

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This case study is based on the 2022 UIIN Conference submission by Johan Blaus, Director Strategic Partnerships at KTH Royal Institute of Technology.

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