Consortium agreements allow students enrolled in more than one school in a given semester to obtain the maximum amount of federal aid for which they are eligible if they are enrolled in both schools. In a given semester, a student can only receive federal financial aid from a school. When a student is enrolled in more than one school, a consortium agreement between the FHSU (the home institution) and another participating school (the host institution) allows a student to count the classes of both schools for one semester and obtain the maximum amount of financial aid for which the student is authorized. If one of the schools decides not to enter into a consortium agreement, a student`s financial assistance is based exclusively on enrolment in only one of the schools. The FHSU Financial Aid Office and any other institution reserve the right to reject applications for a consortium agreement. We worked with British and Chinese experts to create a new toolbox. The aim is to help non-IP experts deal with issues related to the ownership and exploitation of IP rights generated by cooperation between Britain and China. The toolkit includes guides and nine model agreements. We worked with the Korean IPO to develop a new toolkit that helps UK and Korean universities and industry manage ip through joint research projects. The aim of the toolkit is to help non-IP experts to quickly and easily resolve issues related to the ownership and exploitation of IP rights generated by cooperations. The toolbox is based on the Lambert toolbox and contains three model agreements with built-in directives.
These facilitate contract negotiations with publicly funded research organisations (e.g. B universities) and enterprises. Initially launched in 2005, it consists of 5 model individual cooperation agreements and 4 multi-party consortium agreements. All agreements relating to the rules of the GDPR are updated. Consortium agreements are intended for use with multi-stakeholder projects. Negotiating agreements on intellectual property ownership and management, which are generated through collaborative research partnerships, is essential for a successful relationship.. . . .