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Table 1 Key attributes of MIT partnerships around the world

From: Start-up research universities, high aspirations in a complex reality: a Russian start-up university case analysis using stakeholder value analysis and system dynamics modeling

Partnership Change strategy Economic development focus Education programs Funding source Overall outcomes
India ( IIT Kanpur) Building a world-class institution from scratch Boston and Silicon Valley Undergraduate and graduate USAID World-class institution with high brain drain
India (BITS) Building an institution from scratch Technology for serving local needs by local people Undergraduate and graduate Ford Foundation Influential player in industrialization, no world-class status and no brain drain
Iran (AMUT) Building a world-class institution from scratch World-class technical expertise with national focus Undergraduate and graduate Government Influential player in technological development with world-class status and brain drain
Portugal (MIT-Portugal Program) Collaboration between existing institutions Innovation and entrepreneurship with national identity focus Graduate National government and industries Successful strategy and execution
UK (Cambridge MIT Initiative) Collaboration between existing institutions Innovation and entrepreneurship Graduate Shared between the UK government and MIT Relatively successful, less than anticipated spinouts
Singapore (Singapore MIT Alliance) Collaboration between existing institutions Boston of the east Graduate National government Less successful in creating technopreneurs
SkolTech (SkolTech MIT Initiative) Building an institution from scratch and encouraging collaborations with existing institutions Boston and Silicon Valley (innovation and entrepreneurship) Graduate National government No reported results yet