Academe - Industry Partnership in the Philippines: Nature, Benefits and Problems


  • Racidon P. Bernarte Polytechnic University of the Philippines


Philippines, nature, benefits and problems, Academe-industry, partnership, Higher Education Institutions, Collaborations, Academe-Industry Partnership


This study takes into account the level of involvement of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in the Philippines, particularly those located in the National Capital Region on academe-industry partnership. Specifically, it identified the nature of Academe-Industry Partnership (AIP) of HEIs, the areas and extent of partnership, the factors which influence the partnership, the mechanism of partnership and the extent of benefits gained in the academe-industry partnership. Equally, the study covered the problems encountered by HEIs on their academe-industry partnership engagement.


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How to Cite

Bernarte, R. P. (2014). Academe - Industry Partnership in the Philippines: Nature, Benefits and Problems. Asia Pacific Higher Education Research Journal (APHERJ), 1(1). Retrieved from