Category Archives: RESEARCH IN FRANCE

France Excellence Programme

Apply here ! https://ambafrance-sg.emundus.fr   France is the second top destination in Europe for students from Singapore wishing to pursue a higher education, with around 500 new students arriving every year. Singapore is also the leading destination for French investment in South-East Asia, with more than 750 French companies based in the city-state. In the […]

Applications Opening for “Frontiers in Chemistry” Master’s Degree – University of Paris

Sorbonne Paris Cité Master’s program in Chemistry results from the partnership between Paris Diderot and Paris Descartes Universities. The molecular Chemistry towards Life’ sciences developed at Paris Descartes answers to the physical chemistry oriented towards nanoscience, surfaces and energy developed at Paris Diderot. The Master’s program is supported by high-level research laboratories with international reputation […]

Université Sorbonne Paris Cité/National University of Singapore – Call for proposals 2019

As part of a cooperation launched in 2013, the Université Sorbonne Paris Cité (USPC) and the National University of Singapore (NUS) co-fund three calls for proposals to promote new scientific and academic collaborations between Europe and South East Asia. These calls have enabled to start 45 research and / or teaching collaborations between NUS and […]

PUBLIC & PRIVATE RESEARCH

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Public Research The MESRI drives the public research in France: it defines the major research axes and distributes resources based on general objectives. It implements, together with the relevant partners, reliable evaluation procedures in order to measure the performance and effectiveness of national schemes for research and innovation. Public research is conducted predominantly by higher […]

WHO FUNDS & EVALUATES RESEARCH

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Research funding Public research laboratories are partially funded by universities, public research bodies, and financing agencies, in particular the French National Research Agency (Agence Nationale de la Recherche – ANR). Laboratories also receive funds from French regional governments, charitable associations, industry associations, and the European Union. Agence Nationale de la Recherche – ANR Created in […]