Bordeaux International Support (BIS)
Objective: encouraging and supporting the development of international collaboration with key partners in the fields of training, research and innovation.
The BIS programme helps foster new actions of collaboration with priority partners and regions via increasing mobility of lecturers, researchers, administrative staff and students.
Proposals can be submitted at any time using the section "submit your application" (see below) and will be evaluated by an ad hoc evaluation committee.
Please refer to the detailed call for proposal document of each partner destination listed below for more information on the terms and conditions of each call.
This program has two components:
- The BIS Helpdesk Targeted Regions (call for proposal), which promotes collaboration projects with the top universities of 8 key regions :
- The BIS Helpdesk Strategic Partners, aimed at developing and reinforcing partnerships with universities that already have strong ties with IdEx Bordeaux partner institutions. 9 institutions have been identified as strategic partners :
- Laval University, Canada (call for proposals)
- McGill University, Canada (call for proposals)
- University of Waterloo, Canada (call for proposals open until August 31st 2017)
- University of California – Los Angeles, USA (call for proposals)
- University of California – Berkeley, USA (call for proposals)
- University of Cincinnati, USA (call for proposals)
- University of Tsukuba, Japan) (call for proposals)
- University of Kyoto, Japan (call for proposals)
- National Taiwan University - NTU, Taiwan (call for proposals)
Activities promoting the creation and development of networks (research, education, exchange of good practices) and first stages in the setup of a project with an institutional dimension:
- Support for the internationalization of research (such as the setup of joint projects, the co-supervision of theses, the preparation of joint applications for international calls for proposals, summer schools, etc.)
- Support for the internationalization of study programs (such as the development of a joint study program in a particular discipline, study trips for students, preparation of joint applications for international calls for proposals, organizing of joint seminars, etc.) with special focus on the development of partnerships at Master's degree and Doctorate levels
- Support for the internationalization of administrative services
- Support for exchanges of good practices (participation in seminars and conferences, study trips, etc.)
- Projects involving student groups or associations aimed at increasing their international awareness and exchanging good practices
- Student initiatives with added value in terms of internationalization of their studies
Proposals can be submitted at any time on the below section ("submit your application") and will be evaluated three times a year in accordance with the timetable given in the call for proposals.
Tel : 05 40 00 67 84
India and Japan
Tel : 05 57 57 47 52
Canada, California, Brazil and Euskampus
Julia Forcada Garcia
Tel : 05 40 00 38 77
China and Taiwan
Emilie Bourgois (BIS program Manager)
Tel : 05 40 00 38 79
Bordeaux International Support (BIS) - Submit your application
Applications should be submitted by staff employed by one of the above-mentioned Bordeaux institutions.
No application should be sent directly by a student. The application must be sent by the academic or the officer in charge of the project coordination.
For each application, applicants should indicate the beneficiaries of the action (CV of the people involved), the objective of the action, expected results and impact, budget (total costs of the project and co-funding sources if relevant).
|8 destinations open to projects with universities in these areas: Japan, Euskampus, California, Canada, Taiwan, India, China and Brazil||9 targeted on specific priority universities in Canada, the US, Japan and Taiwan|
|50 mobilities supported||+ than 20 internationalization projects launched|
- Symposium Euskampus-Bordeaux 2015 - © Creative commonsBordeaux-Basque Country, a breeding ground for projects
One of the flagship projects stemming from this Euro-regional collaboration has been the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding for the creation of a cross-border laboratory between the DIPC (Donostia International Physics Center) and the ISM (Institut des sciences moléculaires) focused on theoretical physics and chemistry. This laboratory, called QuantumChemPhys, illustrated the results of one year's work by its initiators Pascal Larregaray and Ricardo Diez and their colleagues. This Memorandum of Understanding formalized the setup of this cross-border laboratory, also accredited by IdEx Bordeaux. This long-term collaboration will continue this year for the development of projects through joint theses and international training programs, within a European framework.