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The School of the Humanities and Social Sciences is leading the University’s collaboration with Sciences Po to develop research links in areas including Politics, History and Public Policy. The current framework agreement, signed in November 2017, will run for three years and will support a range of workshops, symposia, exchanges and collaborative projects.

Collaboration will commence with a public conference on ‘The Future of Europe’ in the Easter Term - further details will follow soon.

A first call for proposals will be launched later this term, seeking to fund activities which will build lasting links between researchers in Cambridge institutions and Sciences Po, and will develop research groupings to investigate key areas of public policy. Around £30k per annum will be available across the two organisations. Activities might include:

(i) Exchange visits for students, researchers and academics
(ii) Collaborative workshops or seminars in either venue
(iii) Collaborative research projects
(iv) Travel grants for access to facilities in either Sciences Po or Cambridge

Sciences Po colleagues will be visiting Cambridge in May to forge collaborative links with the University and to explore research opportunities.

The CamPo PhD exchange programme is currently open for applications, with a deadline of 13 April 2018. Further details can be found here.

Further details can be obtained either from the School Office via or from the Cambridge CamPo Director, Dr Chris Bickerton (