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Brazil and beyond: inside Birmingham and Nottingham universities' research partnership

Strategic partnerships in higher education have commonly been driven by notions of complementarity. This might be in the form of complementary skills and assets, the most common example being joint research, or differences in location, as has been the case with many teaching partnerships.

So, given both our physical proximity and our obvious similarities, including being large Russell Group universities in the Midlands and having similar teaching and research portfolios, it was a bold step for the Universities of Birmingham and Nottingham to embark on broad-based strategic partnership a year ago.

Despite these similarities and the obvious challenges of working in such close collaboration, we were convinced that there were opportunities for mutual benefits and a much greater impact.

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Source - http://www.guardian.co.uk/

 

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