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 Humanities is proud to be establishing academic contact with partner institutions at the forefront of their research. Use our interactive map to explore more of our partnerships and research projects around the world.

UBC Okanagan. The College of Humanities and the University of British Columbia’s Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies (FCCS) entered into a Statement of Cooperation in May 2018. FCCS is based on UBC’s beautiful Okanagan Campus. The agreement aims to strengthen the relationship between the universities, and nurture a collaborative approach to education, research and academic exchanges. Faculty are currently working together on a number of initiatives related to Digital Humanities, Heritage, and Wellbeing. Read more.

China-UK Humanities Alliance. The China UK Humanities Alliance aims to encourage cross-cultural dialogue and collaboration between universities in China and the UK. The University of Exeter is a founding member of this alliance, alongside Tsinghua University, Peking University, Fudan University, Wuhan University, Chinese University of Hong Kong, the University of Reading, University of Oxford, King’s College London, University of Warwick, University of Manchester, and SOAS. A broad array of research events, fellowships, and conferences are planned for the coming years.

Jadavpur University located in Kolkata, West Bengal, enjoys a reputation as one of the very best universities in India. Exeter and Jadavpur signed a Memorandum of Understanding in January 2018, particularly focused on encouraging collaboration across humanities and social science disciplines. Successful projects include the development of the Famine and Dearth Database containing searchable transcriptions of over 700 multilingual primary sources relating to situations of famine and dearth in early modern India and Britain. Faculty at Jadavpur and Exeter are currently exploring further collaboration in fields including digital humanities, women’s studies, linguistics, environmental humanities, and film studies.

Peking University (北京大学) has combined research on important scientific subjects with training in professional skills as demanded by the country's socialist modernisation. We enjoy a number of links with PKU in English, History and Modern Languages. Read more.

Fudan University (复旦大学) located in Shanghai, China, is one of the oldest and most selective universities in China and Asia. We host a number of PhD students from Fudan University for up to three months on the Visiting Research Student Scheme. Read more.

The National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS)(India) is unique in its integrated approach to the study of intersections between science and technology, philosophy, social issues and leadership. A joint research collaboration provides a supportive platform for split-site PhDs. Read more.

Kenyon College. Each year a class of students from Kenyon College, Ohio, USA spend a semester or a year studying in our English Department. The partnership has recently celebrated its 40th anniversary.