Dutch UAS towards diversified income

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  • 1. Dutch Universities of Applied Sciences towards diversified income: Saxion UAS case Siep Littooij Manager International Project Desk Saxion University of Applied Sciences International Conference on Decentralization in Higher Education from a Global Perspective: Implications for Vietnam and the Region Sub-theme Diversification of Resources Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam 29,30 July 2010
  • 2. Today focus
    • Dutch UAS and Saxion UAS, the case
    • UAS Policy environment for funding
    • Emergent strategies for fund acquisition
    • Organisational adaptations to diversified funding
  • 3. The Netherlands
    • Universities of Applied Sciences
      • 39 UAS (51 Universities in NL)
      • 38,000 employees
      • 400,000 students (2/3 of all HE)
      • 2,8 billion Euro as lumpsum finance (2006)
    • Education
      • Bachelor 4 year
      • Professional Master 1-2 year
      • Associate Degrees 2 year
    • Public Character
      • Teaching for the professions
      • Applied research
      • Engaged with the professions
      • Multidisciplinary
      • Region-oriented
  • 4. Saxion UAS profile
    • Eastern Netherlands
    • 22000 students, 1700 Staff
    • 13 Schools, 6 Research Centres
    • Programmes
      • 55+ Bachelor
      • 15+ Master
      • 7+ AD
    • Income 2009: 159 Million Euro
  • 5. Policy drivers in the Netherlands > : Diversification of universities
      • Funding regime changes (pending)
      • Quality ambition for education
      • Develop Applied Research
      • International perspective
      • Collaboration with (regional) employers
      • Regional knowledge contributions
      • National Innovation Programmes
      • EU Policies in R&D, Regions (at a distance)
  • 6. Revenue sources compared UK HEI (2006-07) Saxion 2009
  • 7. Universities Revenue % by grants & contracts Saxion: 2009 3,9%
  • 8. The ‘Lepori challenge’ affects UAS grant funding strategy
    • Knowledge & Research for the economic environment
      • Customer demand driven: Customer funded
      • Focused
      • Institutional co-funding towards economic partners
      • Technology transfer to meet customer demands
    • Knowledge & Research for enhancement of education
      • ‘ supply’ driven for students : Generic funding
      • Dispersed
      • Institutional funding towards excellent professionals
      • Technology development to meet human capital demands
  • 9. Trends and opportunities for UAS, Targeted funding
    • Funding for customer-driven R&D
      • Research Funding
        • KNAW
        • ZonNW
        • FP7 EU
      • Innovation funding
        • Innovation Platforms
        • Delta’s & Valleys
      • 3 rd party research
        • Industry
        • Local government
      • Region & structural funds
        • ERDF e.g. Interreg
      • Ministry Education OCW
        • Platform Betatechniek
        • SKE
        • RAAK
      • Ministry Economic Affairs
        • EVD
      • Ministry Foreign Affairs
        • NUFFIC
    Funding for education
  • 10. Learning through the ‘RAAK’ -programme
      • R egional A ttention and A ction for K nowledge circulation
      • Initiative of:
      • Ministry of Education, Science and Culture
      • The Dutch employers organisations
      • HBO-raad (Association of Universities of Applied Sciences)
      • Implementation by Foundation Innovation Alliance (SIA):
      • The Dutch employers organisations
      • HBO-raad
      • TNO, national institute for applied research
      • Syntens, public intermediary for SME innovation advise
      • Novay, top institute for research collaboration on ICT
  • 11. Ministry OCW for UAS: ‘RAAK’ Policy Goals 2010-1013: ~67 Million Euro
    • Strengthen UAS research capacity
      • Improve demand ‘antenna’
      • Peer2Peer Networking
      • Develop methods
      • Share knowledge
      • Increase knowledge production for specific target groups
    • Re-enforce relations UAS <-> SME’s
    • Strenghten UAS linkage with Academic University
  • 12. Meeting the challenges in RAAK
    • Consortium criteria
      • Consortium with industry partners
      • Core partners 10 companies, periferal partners up to 50
    • Proposal criteria
      • Concrete research questions articulated by SME’s (or public organisations)
      • Collaboration in networks and clusters
      • Process of knowledge circulation
      • The knowledge position
      • Sustainability of collaboration
  • 13. 3 strategic lessons learned
    • Position funding applications in the knowledge value chain
    Funding meets social demands by responsible partners in an ecosystem Funds require ambition: add value to state-of-the-art work by ‘others’ & focus on successes
  • 14. Emerging funding acquisition strategy: 1/Act in dialogue; 2/Acquire through competition
    • The knowledge and funding arena
    • NB each theme has its own funding arena
  • 15. Internal adaptations to diversifying funding
    • Structured Board involvement & commitment
      • Strategy setting
      • P&C Cycle
      • Approval per application
    • Structures & organisation
      • Expertise centres
      • Professors
      • Research lines, protocols
      • Project managers
    • Central appointed coordinators
      • Funding scouts
      • Research coordination
      • Project administration
    • Culture of the institution
      • Research readyness
      • Entrepreneurial attitude towards Acquisition
      • Cost/Benefit awareness
  • 16. Thank you. Questions? Siep Littooij Manager International Project Desk Saxion University of Applied Sciences International Conference on Decentralization in Higher Education from a Global Perspective: Implications for Vietnam and the Region Sub-theme Diversification of Resources Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam 29,30 July 2010