Scholarships and programmes offered by our partners
Programmes of Franco-Chinese Scientific Cooperation
As parts of the development of Franco-Chinese scientific cooperation, the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs (MEAE) and the Ministry of Higher Education and Research (MESR) are setting up several research programs in 2023. Scientific cooperation to support the mobility of researchers between France and mainland China. These programmes are coordinated by the Higher Education, Research and Innovation Department (ESRI) of the French Embassy in China. Please click here for further information.
Franco-Taiwanese Scientific Grande Prize 2023
The Académie des sciences – Institut de France and the National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) of Taiwan award a France-Taiwan Scientific Prize every year to a team of researchers (one from a Taiwanese institution and one from a French institution) for their contribution and achievements to scientific research of interest to both regions, as well as their future plans to continue and amplify their scientific collaboration. Please click here for further information. Application deadline: 19 June 2023.
Postdoctoral Fellowship – The Post-Liberal World: Perils and Prospects, The New School, India China Institute
The India China Institute (ICI) of The New School seeks applications for a one-year position in 2023-24 as Postdoctoral Fellow in our “Global China and India in a Post-Liberal World” research cluster. The fellow will be in residence at ICI for the 2023-24 academic year. This theme of the 2023-24 postdoctoral fellowship is motivated by global challenges to the Western-led liberal order and the influence that India and China have in bringing changes to existing regimes or creating alternatives to the liberal world order. ICI welcomes applications from those whose research focuses on emerging alternative orders in geopolitics; authoritarian governance domestically and regionally; climate change and energy security; digital governance; science, technology and infrastructure; populism and ethno-nationalism; migration and citizenship; public health and social policy; higher education and knowledge production; and South-South cooperation. The empirical scope of the research should focus on China or India, or engage with China-India comparisons and connections, or global flows that India or China are prominently part of. Applications are welcome from all social science and humanities disciplines, including interdisciplinary PhD programs. Please click here for further information. Apply here. Application deadline: 15 May 2023.