Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships (IF) aim at enhancing the creative and innovative potential of Experienced Researchers who wish to diversify their individual competence in terms of skill acquisition through advanced training, international and inter-sectoral mobility.
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Two types of programs will be awarded i.e. European Fellowships (between 12 and 24 months) and Global Fellowships (between 24 and 36 months). The financial support for Marie Sklodowska-Curie IFs takes the form of a grant covering up to 100% of the costs. Funding is calculated exclusively based on the unit costs set out in the work programme.
European free study takes place in EU Member States (MSs) or Associated Countries (ACs) and the Global free college start with a significant period spent at a partner organization located outside of Europe and concludes with a mandatory return phase in Europe.
Application Deadline: Closed
- All fields may be funded – that advances researchers’ careers.
- Fellowship supports individual researchers at postdoctoral level and beyond to work on a research project of their own design.
- The researcher must be an Experienced Researcher: s/he must, at the deadline for the submission of proposals, be in possession of a doctoral degree or have at least four years of full-time equivalent research experience (as described under Definitions). The researcher may be of any nationality.
- The researcher must move or have moved (transnational mobility) from any country to the MS or AC where the beneficiary is located.
- Researchers of any nationality can apply for these Marie Curie Fellowships. However, the Global Fellowships and the Reintegration Panel of the European Fellowships are restricted to nationals or long-term residents of the Member States or Associated Countries. Long-term residents are defined as researchers who spent a period of full-time research activity of at least five consecutive years (without breaks in research) in one or more Member States or Associated Countries.
How to Apply:
- How to apply: Proposals must be submitted electronically, using the European Commission’s Online Submission Service (SEP), by the supervisor.
- Supporting Documents: No supporting documents are required to apply for this scholarship.
- Admission Requirements: To apply for the program applicants must have bachelors and masters degree for this free study.
- Language Requirement: The English language is required for the scholarship.
- The financial support for Marie Sklodowska-Curie IFs takes the form of a grant covering up to 100% of the costs. Funding is calculated exclusively based on the unit costs set out in the work programme.
- The European Union contribution and rates under this action are set out in Part 3 of the Work Programme 2014-2015 and cover the recruitment of the researcher to be trained; research, training and networking costs; management and indirect costs.