UBC faculty engage in international research partnerships around the globe, many of which are supported by international funding.
Applications for the 2016-2017 Yenching Academy Master’s in China Studies program are now closed.
More information can be found here.
AWB's 2015 Call for proposals is now closed.
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Its goals are to:
- enrich the EU-Canada policy dialogue
- stimulate transatlantic research and innovation cooperation
- enhance coordination
Horizon 2020, open for Canadian participation, is the largest funding program for research in science, technology and innovation (STI) worldwide, with a budget of almost €80 billion (Cdn $118B).
(2018: Round 1 Funding submission deadline is April 2, 2018 and Round 2 Funding submission deadline is September 17, 2018)
- Intensive research and /or academic workshops
- Short-term research stays (for both young and established researchers)
- Research-oriented teaching opportunities (e.g. short intensive seminars)
In 2014, Freie Universität Berlin (FUB) and UBC agreed to contribute to a joint-funding scheme for two years. This scheme has been renewed for two more years as the 2018-2019 Joint-Funding Scheme.
This joint funding scheme, with an annual budget of EURO 60,000 and competitions twice per year, is designed to develop close collaborations between the partners. It intends to enable FUB and UBC faculty and researchers to identify complementary strengths, leverage synergies and promote the development of outstanding future research projects and other academic opportunities.
The Jean Monnet Actions aim at promoting excellence in teaching and research in European studies worldwide. These Actions also aim at fostering dialogue between the academic world and policy-makers, in particular to enhance governance of EU policies.
There are six types of Jean Monnet Actions (click links below for details):
The Peter Wall Institute was established at UBC to stimulate collaborative, creative, innovative interdisciplinary research and provide UBC scholars with opportunities to exchange ideas with national and international scholars.
The institute funds an International Research Roundtable Program to bring together scholars from UBC, Canada and the international community to provide scholars, community leaders, artists, policy makers and others the opportunity to explore a theme, create the foundation for innovative research, prompt important advances in science and society, and/or have a significant impact on the discovery of solutions to important problems.
Through the International Visiting Research Scholar Program, the Peter Wall Institute also offers awards of $15,000 to bring some of the world’s best researchers to UBC. This initiative allows the Institute to partner with UBC faculties, departments and research centres to attract outstanding scholars to work collaboratively with UBC faculty members on innovative research.
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UPDATE: Applications are now closed (More information can be found here).
The Jim Flaherty program is designed to promote greater dialogue and partnership between Canadian and Irish universities, commemorating Canada’s former Minister for Finance.
The goals of this program are twofold;
- To build on the network of academic links between Canada and Ireland, resulting in increased academic co-operation, greater inter-cultural understanding and the potential for increased trade between both countries,
- To support the development of excellence in research of individual scholars who have an expressed, demonstrable and promising commitment to research in a field relating to both Canada & Ireland.
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UBC researchers receive significant funding from international agencies and sponsors for research projects.
Visit the Office of Research Services' calendar of funding deadlines for details of commonly held grants.