There are funds available to support Warwick researchers to collaborate with partner institutions in China to tackle global challenges.
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Get in touch with Hui Wang to help find your project partner, put your funding application together and answer any questions you may have: email@example.com
If you'd like to register your interest in collaborating with SJTU, please complete this short registration form.
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The SJTU-Warwick Joint Seed Fund has been established with the specific intention to foster new initiatives with high potential for global impact that combine complementary aspects of each institution towards novel research outcomes.
The collaboration between colleagues at SJTU and at Warwick is intended to support and lead to:
- Virtual activities in the first instance, and up to one visit to Warwick and one visit to SJTU by staff/research students if required;
- The submission of at least one joint co-authored publication (or equivalent output);
- Targeting a suitable scheme for the submission of a joint application for external funding.
The Joint Seed Fund will provide a competitive internal mechanism to support research cooperation. Eligible research disciplines include (but are not limited to): Humanities, Sciences, Social Sciences and Low Carbon.
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If you are interested in applying for the Joint Seed Fund but do not currently have existing relationship or contact with the partner institution, we can provide the opportunities for you to link up and seek initial collaboration opportunities. Please complete our short registrationLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new window form.
The SJTU-Warwick Joint PhD Programme has been established with the intention of creating opportunities for both institutions and their students to collaborate on high-quality research projects. The programme also provides a framework for the progression of joint research projects supported by the SJTU-Warwick joint seed fund.
The objectives of this programme are:
- To deepen and broaden collaboration between Warwick and SJTU
- To jointly develop future world-leading researchers
- To afford students an opportunity to access a top-tier academic programme and gain international research experience
- To improve research quality and enhance career opportunities for PhD students