Princeton University established a research partnership with the University of Geneva in 2013 and have jointly awarded 12 grants across the disciplines in all four divisions. There have been regular delegation visits and exchange of scholars between the two institutions and continuing interest in research collaborations among scholars in different fields.
A joint governing committee comprised of faculty and senior staff from both institutions review project proposals and govern the partnership. To view Princeton’s representatives on the joint governance committee, click here.
About University of Geneva:
Founded in 1559, the University of Geneva (UNIGE) is a public research university and the third largest university in Switzerland by number of students. UNIGE has academic research and development programs in various fields. Similar to Princeton. UNIGE actively pursues teaching, research, and community service as its primary objectives. It has a student population of approximately 17,000, of which around 12,000 are undergraduate students, 1000 are masters students and over 2,000 are PhD students. It’s a highly international university with almost 40% of its student population being international. UNIGE is located in Geneva, a highly international city, providing the University natural connections to many of the world’s international and non-profit organizations.