i-Teams is a flexible methodology that can be adapted for a wide range of projects and student levels of experience, and delivered in a variety of formats.
i-Teams was originally developed from the MIT i-Teams programme and has been launched at the following UK universities so far.
Commercialising new technologies
- University of Cambridge (Technology i-Teams from 2006, Medical i-Teams from 2018)
- University of East Anglia (from 2015)
- University of Essex (from 2016)
- Cardiff University (iSolve, from 2008)
- Lancaster University (PG RISE, from 2016)
Development and humanities projects
- University of Cambridge in partnership with The Centre for Global Equality (Development i-Teams, taking new technologies into the developing world, from 2015)
- University of Hertfordshire (Heritage i-Teams for heritage projects, from 2015)
- Centre for Creative Collaboration, London (for Creative Arts projects, 2011)
If you are a university interested in setting up an i-Teams programme as part of your entrepreneurship offering to students, then please contact Amy Weatherup.