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International Researchers: Funding programmes for mobility to France and Poland

The Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange NAWA, the French Embassy in Poland, the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs and the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation have supported for many years mobility in research by offering scholarships for talented international researchers.

Here is a - non-exhaustive - list of possible funding.

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Researchers in Poland: Funding for mobility to France

International Researchers: Funding programmes for mobility to Poland


Researchers in Poland: Funding for mobility to France

  • The ACCES Programme

In order to promote and intensify relations between French laboratories and those from Central and Eastern European countries, the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation (MESRI) launches the ACCES Programme, the aim of which is to co-finance the hosting of researchers from Central and Eastern European countries in seminars, colloquia or congresses organised in France. Get more information

 

Application deadline: January 15, 2022.
  • The Missions-Invitations Programme

Sometimes the French Embassy in Poland supports French researchers who carry out missions in Poland and Polish researchers invited to France, in particular in the framework of a participation in a symposium or a conference. Managed by Campus France, the missions-invitations allow the payment of transport and possibly per diem. For more information, contact the Scientific and Academic Cooperation Team.

 

Application : anytime
  • The French Government Scholarships Programme - High Level Scientific Stay

This scholarship is intended for Polish or foreign researchers working in a Polish research institution and wishing to complete their research in France. It is open to all, but is aimed particularly at researchers who have obtained a PhD within the last 10 years and wish to set up new Franco-Polish collaborations. Get more information

 

  • The PHC Polonium Programme

Polonium is the French-Polish Hubert Curien Partnership (PHC). The objective of this programme is to develop scientific and technological exchanges of excellence between the research laboratories of the two countries, by encouraging new cooperation, the involvement of young researchers and doctoral students, and by opening up prospects for the development of projects towards European projects. This programme concerns all scientific fields. Get more information on the Campus France website (for French applicants) and on the NAWA website (for Polish applicants).

 

 

To find out more about scholarships, please consult the grant search engine Campus Bourses and the scholarships and funding programmes listed by Campus France Polska.

 

 

 

International Researchers: Funding programmes for mobility to Poland

  • The PARCECO Programme

In order to encourage and intensify relations between French laboratories and those of Central and Eastern European countries, the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation (MESRI) launches the PARCECO Programme, which aims to co-finance the participation of French lecturers in seminars or summer schools organised in Central and Eastern European countries. Get more information

 

Application deadline: January 15, 2022.
  • The PASIFIC Fellowship Programme

The PASIFIC Fellowship Programme is a unique opportunity for researchers who wish to undertake cutting-edge research in a dynamic scientific environment. It will allow scholars of all nationalities and scientific disciplines to conduct research in Poland for 2 years. Get more information

 

Application deadline for the 2nd cann: December 30, 2021.
  • The Bekker Programme

The aim of the Programme is to support scientists and academic teachers employed at Polish universities and scientific institutions in pursuit of scientific excellence by enabling them to hold a postdoctoral internship, conduct scientific research or acquire materials for scientific work in renowned foreign institutions around the world. Get more information

  • The Ulam Programme

The objective of the Ulam Programme is to help foreign researchers to develop their careers by intensifying international mobility and to allow them to establish scientific cooperation with excellent host institutions in Poland. Get more information

  • Exchange programme for students and scientists as part of bilateral cooperation

NAWA implements programmes of academic exchange as part of bilateral agreements and bilateral cooperation with, inter alia, the following countries: Armenia, Belarus, Belgium Wallonia, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Egypt, France, Israel, Japan, Yemen, Kazakhstan, Macedonia, Mexico, Mongolia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Taiwan, Ukraine, Hungary, Vietnam, Italy. Get more information

  • The Polonista Programme

The aim of the programme is to promote Polish language in the world by enabling foreigners interested in Polish language and Polish culture to study or carry out research projects in Poland. The program is addressed to students of Polish philology, Polish studies or Polish programs implemented among others as part of Slavic studies (in the field of Polish language, Polish culture and knowledge about Poland) as well as to scientists from foreign universities and scientific institutions. Get more information

  • The Polish Returns Programme

The aim of the Polish Returns Programme is to allow prominent Polish scientists to return to their country and take up employment in Polish higher education institutions, scientific units or research institutes. The Programme will create optimal conditions for returning scientists to conduct excellent scientific research or developmental work in Poland. Get more information

  • The PHC Polonium Programme

Polonium is the French-Polish Hubert Curien Partnership (PHC). The objective of this programme is to develop scientific and technological exchanges of excellence between the research laboratories of the two countries, by encouraging new cooperation, the involvement of young researchers and doctoral students, and by opening up prospects for the development of projects towards European projects. All scientific fields are concerned by this programme. Get more information on the Campus France website (for French applicants) and on the NAWA website (for Polish applicants).

 

 

To find out more about scholarships, please consult the grant search engine Campus Bourses, the scholarships and funding programmes listed by Campus France Polska and NAWA website.