The Alliance Hubert Curien programme is a partnership between the French and British governments. It aims to encourage reciprocal mobility between early career researchers in both countries, leading to closer collaboration on existing research projects as well as strengthening connections that could lead to more Franco-British collaboration on future projects.
Research groups in the UK and France can each apply for funding for travel and subsistence costs which will enable reciprocal mobility over a two-year period.
Applications from researchers working in the following scientific domains are welcomed: Ecology & Environment; Engineering, Nuclear and Particle Physics, Computer Science, Earth Science and Space Science.
The call for applications for funding in 2020 is now closed. A new call will be opened in Spring 2020 for funding in 2021.
The information that follows applies to UK researchers only, French researchers should submit their applications via the Hubert Curien Partnerships platform, managed by Campus France.