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Partner with us

To discuss any aspect of our UK and international partnerships, including existing collaborations, establishing a new international partnership and funding opportunities available, please contact us.

Worldwide Partnerships

The College of Social Sciences and International Studies is proud to be establishing academic contact with partner institutions at the forefront of their research. 

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and Exeter work together to deliver an innovative Engineering and Law programme. The programme enables students who embark on Engineering or Computer Science undergraduate degrees at HKUST to complete their studies with Exeter’s Law School over the course of five years, obtaining either an LLM (Master of Laws) or a Juris Doctor (JD). 

Tsinghua University

Tsinghua University's Institute of International and Area Studies and the College of Social Sciences and International Studies signed a Memorandum of Understanding to foster new collaborations in 2018. The two universities work together regularly across a number of disciplines and often exchange staff through the Exeter / Tsinghua Fellowship

University of South Florida

University of South Florida and Exeter offer a joint Research Catalyst Fund to support new research projects between academics at the two institutions. The Graduate School of Education has two ongoing projects under this scheme, working with some of USF’s leading education specialists. Details of the projects can be found here

Chinese University of Hong Kong

Chinese University of Hong Kong and Exeter are home to a new £1.9 million Joint Centre for Environmental Sustainability and Resilience” (ENSURE) . ENSURE aims to tackle emerging issues related to a changing environment, human health, and wellbeing by bringing together an international group of inter-disciplinary researchers. Researchers from Science, Culture and the Law at Exeter have worked with collaborators at CUHK on policy ramifications of scientific research.