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Call for education proposals: UK government Prosperity Fund in China

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Opportunity Overview
In November 2015, the UK Government announced a £1.3 billion Prosperity Fund over the next five years to promote the economic reform and development needed for growth in partner countries. As well as contributing to a reduction in poverty in recipient countries, the reforms are expected to create commercial opportunities for international businesses and institutions, including those from the UK. 
The Prosperity Fund education programme in China is centered on supporting education reform to further the sustainable development of China and the objectives of the most recent Five Year Plan. Alignment with UK expertise and strengths is expected to provide new market opportunities for UK education businesses and institutions to increase education exports to China.
This is a call for proposals for pilot projects, which will inform the design, development and implementation of a prospective, large-scale Prosperity Fund education programme in China over the subsequent years of the Prosperity Fund (2017-21). Implementation of pilot projects will need to start no later than October 2016 to be completed by January / February 2017. 
Priority Areas
Proposals for pilot projects are invited in the following priority areas:
  • Creative Industries
  • Enterprise & Entrepreneurship Education
  • Vocational Education
  • Executive Leadership & Management
  • Health Education

Deadline: Thursday 15 September 2016

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