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USPC-NUS Call for Proposals 2017

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USPC-NUS Calls for proposals 2017-visual

As part of a cooperation launched in 2013, the Université Sorbonne Paris Cité (USPC) and the National University of Singapore (NUS) co-finance three calls for proposals to promote new scientific and academic collaborations between Europe and South East Asia. These calls have allowed the start of 30 research and/or teaching collaborations between NUS and USPC in all disciplines.

In 2017, three new calls for proposals are open for application. For questions regarding these calls for proposals, please contact Dr. Mariana Losada, Head of the USPC-NUS office in Singapore: mariana.losada@sciencespo.fr

1. A call for research projects
Joint Research Projects
The new USPC-NUS call for joint research projects is open to researchers in all disciplines. Projects must be led jointly by full-time faculty members from both USPC and NUS wishing to start a new collaboration. Third parties from other institutions are welcome to take part in a research team, but will not receive direct funding. Read more
(Application form)

2. A call for international PhD mobility
Doctoral Student Mobility
The call for doctoral student mobility is open to Ph.D. students enrolled in a programme at USPC or NUS. Only Ph.D. candidates within their 3rd year of studies will be eligible for the grant and priority will be given to PhD students who are part of a team applying to the call for research proposals. Read More

3. A call to encourage innovative projects in Higher Education
Joint Innovative Projects in Higher Education
The USPC-NUS call for joint innovative projects in higher education is open to faculty members from NUS and USPC in all disciplines. Projects must be led jointly by full-time faculty members from both USPC and NUS since the collaboration should be across institutions. Third parties from other institutions are also welcome to take part in a project, but will not receive direct funding. Read More
(Application form)

The deadline for submitting a proposal is 30 January 2017.

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