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The paper “ True Business Value of Knowledge Transfer Based Academic Collaboration between Russia and UK” is a breathtaking example of the research paper on business. The theme of knowledge transfer based partnership and its forms have been studied and presented along with its contribution to the Russian education system. The role of UK Universities and their academic collaboration with Russian Universities have been analyzed in-depth and the reasons along with benefits of knowledge transfer based partnership have been The theme of knowledge transfer based partnership and its forms have been studied and presented in the paper. This paper attempts to provide the fundamentals of academic collaboration between the UK and Russian Universities through the formation of joint ventures for supporting the educational system in Russia.

Universities are exclusively placed as they are specifically involved in all such processes because of their primary role in the areas of research and development, education, and training of individuals. This paper attempts to explain the significance of the best knowledge transfer based model for Russia and explore the strengths and the problems existing in it. There are different ways to carry out research like interviews, questionnaires, literature reviews, etc.

According to the author’ s point of view, the information found in books is authenticated and the literature in journals and on the internet is up to date so it was decided to complete this study with the help of questionnaires to students and literature-based work of authors, journals and books. In the end, the author proposed on the basis of comparative analysis of knowledge transfer based partnership in different companies and investment SWOT Analysis, the Hybrid model of teaching which can be helpful to working students and cost-effective for academic collaboration. Chapter-1 IntroductionForeign direct investment is the global movement of capital for particular investment purposes in the scenario when the foreign investor acquires authority and control over the specific investment asset.

It emerges when foreign companies are establishing or buying operations in some other country. Foreign direct investment encompasses innovative and new projects, activities of mergers and acquisitions, and expansions of current projects.

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