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International mobility

Informations concerning foreign countries.

International Students: Funding programmes for mobility to Poland

In October 2017, the Polish Government established the National Agency for Academic Exchange NAWA to support academic mobility and Poland's development in higher education and research. Supporting academic mobility stands among NAWA’s most important objectives. NAWA is a major player in mobility, alongside the other main operators NCN, NCBiR and FNP who also run their own programmes. NAWA's role is similar to that of the operator Campus France. Here is a non-exhaustive list of possible funding.


Students enrolled in Poland: Funding programmes for mobility to France

The French Embassy in Poland and the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs have, for many years, supported mobility in higher education by offering scholarships for talented international students. Here is a - non-exhaustive - list of possible funding.

The workshop-contest "Pitch your professional brand" for ESPCI’s UPtoPARIS program

ABG organized from March 17th to 18th, 2021 its first pitch contest in English for a COFUND program of ESPCI Paris. The online event brought together 9 fellows with a jury of 4 company executives.   

Laure ROUPIOZ: International mobility, a scientific and human adventure

Before her position at ONERA, Laure Roupioz has come a long way…

Solène Baffi and her experience of international mobility

Solène Baffi is a PhD in geography, specializing in transportation and mobility issues. She talks about her experience in South Africa and the impact international mobility has had on her career.

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Call for projects by FRM - 2021

Within the framework of the "Espoirs de la recherche" programme, the Foundation for Medical Research FRM supports the best projects likely to generate significant impact in the health sector. A variety of funding schemes are available to teams, regardless of the theme and nature of their research work.

Read the details of the calls for projects in this article (there is a specific application deadline for each call).


The Crossborder Career Workshop “PhD, what comes next?” 2020: highlights

The crossborder workshop took place from 18th to 20th November 2020 and brought together participants from Luxembourg, Germany, and France. This year’s event was designed for PhD candidates at the end of their doctoral program and young researchers on a temporary contract from all fields who wish to pursue their career in the non-academic sector.


Kristina Berkut joins the ABG as Training & International Project Manager

Kristina Berkut has joined ABG team. She will be holding the position of Training and International Cooperation Project Manager.

Read more about her career path, her commitments and her objectives through this biographical article.

Laurence Friteau joins ABG as head of the Corporate Relations, Partnerships and Recruitment department

Our team is happy to welcome Mrs Laurence Friteau as head of the Corporate Relations, Partnerships, and Recruitment department. Laurence replaces Michèle Ansola, well known to our clients, who has widely contributed to the development of ABG, and has recently retired.

Get to know more about her career path, her commitments and her projects through this biographical article.

Webinars on Higher Education and Research Opportunities in the European Union: Aug. 7 and 14

If you're interested in going to Europe for your doctoral project, don't miss the 2 info sessions on opportunities in France (Aug.7) and Germany (Aug. 14), organised by Afrisnet and Euraxess North America.

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