Academic Research Collaboration Programme (ARC)

Deadline: 31/01/2006
November 1, 2005

The ARC programme is designed to increase collaboration and mobility, particularly among young researchers, in the United Kingdom and the Federal Republic of Germany. ARC is jointly financed and managed in Germany by The British Council and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

Applications are invited in the following areas: medicine, biotechnology, genetics, agriculture, environmental issues, information technology and economics.

Details here
Contact: Ursula Malhotra
Address: British Council
Hackescher Markt 1
10178 Berlin
Telephone: 0049 30 31 10 99 62
Fax: 0049 30 31 10 99 20
Email: ursula.malhotra@britishcouncil.de

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