The UNIDO Institute for Capacity Development’s business model is built on collaborating with partners to deliver activities, thereby fostering the exchange of the latest knowledge and expertise, building on existent strengths, reducing costs, increasing the number of events and contributing to the development of individual skills. The co-operation of our academic and research partner institutions is instrumental to our ability to use our modest resources as a ‘leverage’ for a number of projects and yield more effective results.
UNIDO Institute for Capacity Development has established partner relationships with the following institutions:
Saïd Business School (SBS) is the business school of the University of Oxford in England. It is the University of Oxford’s centre of learning for graduate and undergraduate students in business, management and finance.Saïd Business School (SBS) is the business school of the University of Oxford in England. It is the University of Oxford’s centre of learning for graduate and undergraduate students in business, management and finance.
The University of Bahrain is a national university dedicated to excellence in teaching and learning; innovative research; the generation and dissemination of knowledge; development of the student’s personality, skills, and knowledge; and building partnerships with the public and private sectors. The university fulfills the society’s demands through offering different degrees and programmes such as Associate Technical Diploma, Associate Diploma, Bachelor degree, High Diploma, Master and PhD.
Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA)
Governmental organization for Official Development Assistance (ODA) to enhance the effectiveness of South Korea’s grant aid programs for developing countries by implementing the government’s grant aid and technical cooperation programs.
Primary goals of the institution are to advise the Korean government on industrial policies and to perform research on effective public and private strategies for optimizing national productivity and competitiveness.
ERIA contributes intellectually to the regional efforts for East Asian Economic Integration in wide-ranging policy areas from trade / investments to SMEs, human resource development, infrastructure, energy, etc. Also provides policy analyses and recommendations to leaders/ministers in strong partnership with ASEAN Secretariat and existing research institutions.
IDE aims to make intellectual contributions to the world as a leading centre of social science research on developing regions. JETRO is a non-profit organization established in 1958, with the mission of supporting trade between Japan and other countries by promoting imports and exports, industrial co-operation and international exchange.
GGGI is dedicated to pioneering and diffusing a new model of economic growth, known as “Green Growth”, that simultaneously targets key aspects of economic performance, such as poverty reduction, job creation and social inclusion, as well as those of environmental sustainability, such as mitigation of climate change and biodiversity loss and security of access to clean energy and water.
The institute explores the social, political and economic factors that drive technological innovation, with a particular focus on creation, diffusion and access to knowledge.
CERGE-EI offers world-class, merit-based, fully-funded graduate degrees in economics to students primarily from the transition countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and emerging market economies throughout the world.
CEU is a graduate institution in social sciences, humanities, law and management. It has combined the comparative study of the region’s historical, cultural and social diversity with a global perspective on good governance, sustainable development and social transformation.
A postgraduate professional school, dedicated to preparing talented university and college graduates for international careers and positions of leadership in international organizations, the EU, in public service and in international business.
The Academic Council on the United Nations System, Vienna Liaison Office – ACUNS
The German Federal Enterprise for International Cooperation.