EU Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowships – deadline 11 September 2019
The new call for the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSC) is now open until 11 September 2019.
The MSC actions inlcude five different funding streams (for further information on MSC please see below), whereas the “Individual Fellwoships” (IF) are the most interesting for postdoctoral researchers. Research, Mobility and Training are key features.
Application deadline is 11 September 2019 5pm Brussels time.
For further information check out the official MSC homepage and the workprogram as well as the German National Contact Point for Marie Sklodowska-Curie actions.
The objective of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie actions is to create a pool of European researchers as well as scientific and innovation staff and to increase Europe’s attractiveness for researchers. The Marie Sklodowska-Curie actions are implemented on the basis of a bottom-up approach – there are no fixed scientific areas. Researchers and institutions are free to choose their research topic, with the exception of nuclear research.
The Marie Sklodowska-Curie actions are divided into five areas. Each area addresses different aspects of the overall objective.
- Area 1: Research training and/or doctoral programmes
Furthering career opportunities of early-stage researchers through structured research training provided by a network of universities, research organizations and non-academic institutions: Innovative Training Networks (ITN).
- Area 2: Individual Fellowships for experienced researchers
Promoting career opportunities of experienced researchers carrying out individual research projects to enhance their competences: Individual Fellowships (IF).
- Area 3: Staff Exchange
Supporting international and inter-sectoral cooperation and knowledge transfer through staff exchange within the cooperation of institutions: Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE).
- Area 4: Co-funding of mobility programmes
Supporting regional, national and international mobility programmes for early-stage and experienced researchers, in line with the principles of Charter & Code: Co-funding of Regional, National and International Programmes (COFUND).
- Area 5: Accompanying Actions
Furthering the improvement of career opportunities and other aspects of career development in research through accompanying actions (e.g. European Researchers’ Night (NIGHT), studies and analyses).
For more information please contact your respective Campus institution:
- University of Göttingen: Ricarda Blumentritt (email@example.com; 0551 39 21320)
- University Medical Center: Nadia-Valérie Quéric (firstname.lastname@example.org; 0551 39 12994) or the Team Reserch Support & EU Office (email@example.com; 0551 3912624)
- Max Planck Institutes: Kerstin Mosch (firstname.lastname@example.org; 0551 3899 453)
- German Primate Center: Bjjörg Pauling (email@example.com; 0551 3851 454) & Robert Teepe (firstname.lastname@example.org; 0551 3851 122)