OxPo opens applications for 2022-23 exchanges

Applications are now open for academic exchanges in 2022-23 between Sciences Po and the University of Oxford.

The OxPo (Oxford-Sciences Po Network) seeks to facilitate scholarly exchanges and collaborative projects between Sciences Po in Paris and the University of Oxford.

There are five schemes available:

  1. Visitor scheme to Paris for Oxford academics: Visiting Professorships at Sciences Po
  2. Visitor scheme to Paris: Opportunities for Oxford PhD students and junior researchers
  3. Visitor Scheme to Oxford for Sciences Po doctoral students
  4. Visitor Scheme to Oxford for Sciences Po young doctors 
  5. Visitor Scheme to Oxford for Sciences Po academics: SciencesPo-Nuffield College Fellowship

The deadline for applications is Monday 14 March 2022. For more information, and to apply, visit the OxPo website.

OxPo Stories - From Oxford to Sciences Po

Bernhard Ebbinghaus (Professor)

Bernard Ebbinghaus

"It was helpful to discuss my paper in the CEE general seminar, in particular the comments by discussants and the Q&A with audience will help to revise the paper for final submission to a special issue of Transfer (ETUI Brussels).  I have worked on conceptualising a handbook on Welfare State Reform (under contract with Elgar). I had discussions with several members of CEE (Cyril Benoit, Nathalie Morel, Patrick Le Galès Bruno Palier, Cornelia Woll) and Emanuele Ferragina (OSC/Sciences Po)."

Samuel Bruce (PhD student)

Samuel Bruce

"I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to have participated in the OxPo exchange. It has tremendously enriched my experience as a Graduate Student at Oxford and has had a considerable impact on my doctoral research. I had the pleasure of attending the Sciences Po Graduate Conference. It proved an invaluable way of further familiarising myself with this literature and refining my engagement with, and critiques of, that tradition."

OxPo Stories - From Sciences Po to Oxford

Natasha Wunsch (Professor):

Natasha Wunsch

"I embarked upon my fellowship at Nuffield with three objectives: 1) to start working on a large research grant; 2) to push forward on several ongoing writing projects; 3) to establish contacts to local researchers and sow the seeds for future collaborations. I am very happy to say that I was able to make great progress in all three areas."

Tristan Boursier (PhD student):

"In spite of the health situation, the stay had an overall positive return in my doctoral journey. I was able to find an ideal framework for the writing of my thesis by using especially libraries. Online resources were very helpful in my research. During my stay I was able to meet researchers with whom I exchanged on my thesis subject."