Call for proposals : Joint UCL and French Embassy arts, humanities and social sciences workshops funding call

Themes : Mobility & Calls ; Mobilités et appels à candidatures

The call for application is open.
Deadline: 7 January 2019, 17:00.
Visit the online application form.


Proposals are invited for funding of up to £2,500 for collaborative workshops between UCL doctoral students or postdoctoral researchers and colleagues based in France, specifically focusing on research in arts, humanities or the social sciences, broadly conceived.

All workshops must be held at UCL before 30 June 2019.

Who is eligible?

UCL-based academics, postdoctoral researchers or doctoral students, with the support of a senior academic colleague, are invited to apply for funding to organise collaborative workshops for this call of the current UCL/ French Embassy collaborative agreement.

Proposals must include participants from UCL and from higher education institutions in France.

Applicants from previous calls may either reapply or submit new proposals.


This component of UCL and the French Embassy’s longstanding partnership aims to encourage junior and senior scholars to establish new directions for possible research collaborations – not only in their own areas of expertise, but also across disciplines.

The initiative seeks both to build on existing links and to stimulate new ones between UCL and French academic and Higher Education organisations, such as French universities, Grandes Écoles and research organisations.


Up to £2,500 per workshop is available.

How to apply

For full eligibility, criteria and award administration details, visit the online application form.

Apply by 17:00 on 7 January 2019.

Proposals will be assessed by a selection panel, jointly chaired by the Pro-Vice-Provost (Europe) and the Higher Education Attaché of the French Embassy.


If you require further information or have any queries, please contact:

Conor Rickford, Senior Partnership Manager (Europe)

Tel: +44 (0)20 3108 7785 / internal 57785


Published on 21/11/2018

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