Calls for proposals from French partners
Calls for proposals of the French Ministry of European & Foreign Affairs
The Hubert Curien Partnerships (PHC) are part of the French Ministry of European & Foreign Affairs’ policy of support to international scientific and technologic exchanges. They are implemented with the support of the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research & Innovation. The calls for proposals are launched by Campus France.
Some countries do not beneficiate from PHC calls however other appropriate bilateral calls are launched with the support of the Embassies.
A few examples for Europe & Russia : Churchill College de Cambridge Fellowships with Great-Britain, ACCESS et PARCECO programmes with Central & Eastern European countries, Vernadski doctoral fellowships with Russia, Université franco-Allemande (UFA).
A fex examples for the United-States & Latine America : COFECUB programme with Brazil, ECOS-Sud and ECOS-Nord with Mexico, Chile, Venezuela & Argentina, Joint Franco-American Funds such as the France-Berkeley Fund, the France-Standford Fund, the France-Chicago Fund, the Alliance Programme and the France-MIT Fund, and the France-Canada Research Fund for franco-canadian collaborations.
IFCPAR calls for projects are available with India.
“Exploration Japon” programme with Japan.
The French National Research Agency (ANR)
Calls for proposals from foreign partners
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) is an independent administrative institution, established for the purpose of contributing to the advancement of science in all fields of the natural and social sciences and the humanities. JSPS plays a pivotal role in the administration of a wide spectrum of Japan’s scientific and academic programs. JSPS’s operation is supported in large part by annual subsidies from the Japanese Government.
The European Interest Group (EIG) CONCERT-Japan is an international initiative to support and enhance science, technology and innovation (STI) cooperation between European countries and Japan. Its primary function is to collaboratively implement multilateral joint funding. As far as it is relevant to that objective, the EIG CONCERT-Japan also aims to facilitate coordination between participating organisations in their activities relating to the programmes of the European Union and those undertaken within other international collaborative frameworks, through the identification of common preferences, priorities and areas of mutual interest. Japan being a priority partner in the world, the CNRS is a member of the EIG CONCERT-Japan and hosts its executive secretariat. Personel working in CNRS units are thus eligible to the calls for proposals launched by CONCERT-Japan..