Cities partnerships Programme Launched in 2018, this cross-UCL initiative supports, funds and promotes the work that UCL academics carry out with partners in global cities, with the aim of developing sustainable, multidisciplinary research and teaching partnerships. Stockholm becomes the third city in the Cities partnerships Programme Stockholm becomes the third city in the Cities partnerships Programme, with Dr Catalina Turcu (Bartlett School of Planning) announced as its Academic Director Ask an academic: Dr Florian Mussgnug Academic Director Dr Florian Mussgnug speaks to UCL's Global Engagement Office about his work with the Rome Multidisciplinary Research Hub and his hopes for the launch of the Cities partnerships Programme. UCL interviews Dr Claire Colomb about Cities partnerships Programme Dr Claire Colomb, Reader in the Bartlett School of Planning, has been interviewed for UCL News about her involvement in the Cities partnerships Programme (CpP) Events The Cities partnerships Programme has already supported more than 80 events in Paris, Rome and London with many more to come this academic year. Research projects So far, the Cities partnerships Programme has funded 66 projects across all 11 Faculties, working with 55 partners in Rome and Paris. About the programme The Cities partnerships Programme supports, funds and promotes UCL academics' collaborations in research and teaching with partners in global cities across the world. Funding opportunities Funding of up to £5,000 per project will nurture and support multidisciplinary collaborations with partners in Rome, Paris and Stockholm.