Grants and Opportunities [fr]
- PHC FASIC 2020 Program
- Social Science Collaborative Research Program 2020
- Call for projects Fonds Pacifique 2020
- SAAFE program 2020
- AFRAN Call for initiatives 2019
- English Language Teaching Assistants Programs
- Nicolas Baudin Travel Grant
- Choose France short program
The call is closed for 2020
The objective of this program is to develop scientific and technological exchanges of excellence between laboratories in both countries, by encouraging new cooperation and the participation of young researchers.
Submitted projects must be joint research projects involving at least a French and an Australian research partners.
A matching fund from the partnering Australian research institutions is mandatory and will stand as one of the eligibility criteria of the submitted projects. A letter of financial support from the research Australian institutions must be attached to the application.
You will find the general information about FASIC 2020 on Campus France website following this link
This program will be implemented through three specific instruments:
- The FASIC Workshops Scheme supports the organisation of bilateral scientific workshops, jointly designed by French and Australian research groups on thematics of strategic interest for the future of the cooperation. To apply, you can refer to the application process on this link.
- The FASIC Researchers Scheme supports researchers’ mobility from France (French overseas territories included) to Australia to develop scientific and technological exchanges of excellence between laboratories in both countries. To apply, you can refer to the application process on this link.
- The FASIC PhD Scheme aims to support PhD candidates’ mobility between the two countries with the view to establish or consolidate individual connections between French and Australian research labs.To apply, you can refer to the application process on this link.
For any query about this program, feel free to contact us: email@example.com
the call is closed for 2020
The Embassy of France in Australia and the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia are proud to announce the launch of the Social Science Collaborative Research Program. This research funding program will support and reinforce social sciences collaboration between Australia and France through:
• Research activities on a topic of interest to both Australia and France, provided to eligible French and Australian researchers, especially early- and mid-career researchers.
• Research activities relevant to Pacific Islands Studies (including those in French overseas territories).
• Research activities with the potential to support the development of strategic alliances between France and Australia.
More information on the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia website
the call is closed for 2020
A call for projects is launched by the permanent Secretariat for the Pacific, with the view to select projects susceptible to be funded by the "Fund for economic, social and cultural cooperation for the Pacific ", or "Fonds Pacifique". The selected projects will contribute to the regional insertion of the French communities: New Caledonia, French Polynesia and islands Wallis and Futuna.
The projects must be co-financed at least at 50 % of the total amount of the eligible expenses
The projects submitted by Australian partners have to be sent by email at the service of cooperation and cultural action of the Embassy of France in Canberra (firstname.lastname@example.org), and their description must be drafted in French –for Australian partners
DEADLINE: 11:59 pm Sydney time 1 May 2020
The objective of the SAAFE program is to foster research collaborations between France and Australia in nuclear science and engineering in the field of human health, environment and nuclear fuel cycle.
The program will support early career researchers at PhD and post-doc level to expand research and innovation activities and to initiate sustainable research networks and linkages to support Australia and France research and innovation.
More information, guidelines and conditions, as well as the application form are available on the AINSE website
the call is closed for 2019
The AFRAN Association will fund initiatives or series of smaller, integrated initiatives (e.g. series of network building activities, one-off or series of collaborative research exhibitions or productions, symposia/workshops focussed on community development) designed to federate, build and scale up thematic communities around particular research and innovation areas within the perimeter of AFRAN and/or between France and Australia.
AFRAN will offer funding up to AUD 5,000 (five thousand Australian dollars) towards logistics and/or travel costs for selected initiatives.
This program only funds projects initiated by members of AFRAN.
Check the 2019 laureates on AFRAN website
Applications for the 2019-20 program are currently closed. Please contact email@example.com to be notified about the next round of applications.
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Applications for the programme in France for 2019-2020 are closed.
Applications for the programme of internships in Australia for 2020 are currently open.
The Embassy of France in Australia supports student mobility from Australia to France through the Nicolas Baudin Program, named for the French explorer and botanist who in 1802, at the same time as Matthew Flinders, charted the coast of New Holland (Australia).
This selective program covers the cost of the Laureates return flights for their program of study, research or internship in France. As recipients of a French government grant, the Laureates are also exempt from paying the associated visa fees.
Three streams of application through the program are available: through the specific Internship in France initiative or through the general program for Australians, or through the Internship in Australia initiative for French students.
The Embassy of France in Australia is supporting the establishment of short-term programs in the form of summer (or winter) schools co-organized by French and Australian tertiary education institutions, and bringing together students from both countries around a theme of common interest.
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