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And beyond

Expanding our global partnerships

At Warwick are always looking for opportunities to expand our international relationships and collaborate with leading institutions. Below are just a few examples of our broader engagement.

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Warwick supports early-stage research collaborations with Brazilian universities through the FAPESP-Warwick Joint FundLink opens in a new window (São Paulo state only) and the International Partnership Fund.

Past collaborations have secured larger grants from the Newton Fund, the Global Challenges Research Fund, and FAPESP. We also benefit from agreements with the Federal University of Minas Gerais, the University of São Paulo and the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV).



In Indonesia, Warwick is developing joint research and teaching activities at the top universities of Universitas Indonesia (UI) and Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM).

As a founding member of the UK-Indonesia Consortium for Interdisciplinary Sciences (UKICIS) we are enhancing Anglo-Indonesian educational, economic, and cultural links, through outreach activities and community engagement.

Our collaborations with Indonesian universities have secured external funding from the British Council, Newton Fund and Royal Society of Chemistry. .



Warwick has an extensive history of collaboration with Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University (NTU),Link opens in a new window spanning joint degrees, student exchange and undergraduate research, as well as disciplinary-level research partnerships. In 2020 we hosted eleven Science and Engineering undergraduates from NTULink opens in a new window to complete interdisciplinary research based training.

Warwick’s Medical School also offers fully funded 4 year PhD studentships in Molecular Cell Biology and Microbiology, with students spending 2 years at Warwick and 2 years in Singapore at an A*STAR national research agency. In 2021 Warwick's Department of PhysicsLink opens in a new window and NTU's School of Material Science & EngineeringLink opens in a new window were the first departments to set up a Joint PhD programme.