The Global Polytechnic Alliance leverages the strength of three leading institutions, acknowledging the contribution that polytechnic education brings through emphasis on the following key elements:
Industry partnerships – career-focused, community-responsive education and research that is relevant to a rapidly changing and evolving job market developed in partnership with employers.
Comprehensive range of credentials – programming across a wide range of credentials and fields of study, using a variety of delivery methods including day, evening and online classes. Credentials can include bachelor’s degrees, diplomas, graduate certificates, certificates and apprenticeships.
Pathways – effective and efficient pathways between credentials to recognize previous learning and allow students to build on their prior education.
Innovation and entrepreneurship – a unique blend of theoretical, applied and breadth learning, including relevant work experience and multiple opportunities for experiential learning and entrepreneurship.
Applied research – opportunities for students to collaborate with faculty and industry to solve real-world problems through applied research. (Industry and the scholarship of teaching and learning)
Capacity development – opportunities to access funding to engage faculty and students in community development initiatives locally and internationally.


Edubits, microcredentials
Effektiv start/slut dato12/10/1831/10/23


  • Ortego Polytechnic (Projektpartner) (leder)
  • Humber College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning (Projektpartner)


  • Læring, pædagogik og undervisning
  • Uddannelse, professioner og erhverv


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