Marie Curie Individual Fellowships : 16. august 2012
The European Commission has recently published a call for the Marie Curie Individual Fellowships. The fellowships provide funding for a research stay for one to two years at a host institution in another European country or Third Country.
Researchers with a PhD or at least four years of research experience are eligible. Funding comprises the salary of the fellow as well as a mobility allowance and a contribution to the research costs.
There are calls for three different types of fellowships:
Intra-European Fellowships (IEF): Funding of a research stay in Europe (EU-Member State or Associated Country);
International Incoming Fellowships (IIF): Researchers of any discipline from non-European Third countries can finance their research stay in an EU Member State or Associated Country;
International Outgoing Fellowships (IOF): Funding of a research stay in a Third Country with a one-year reintegration phase in Europe;
The deadline is 16 August 2012 at 17:00:00 (Brussels local time)
The call and guidelines can be found here:
The Research & Innovation Office will host an information meeting for potential mentors of a fellow in late April. Furthermore, a one-day work shop on application writing for Marie Curie grants for the potential fellows will be held mid-June.
For more information about the calls, the info-meeting or the workshop, contact Theresa Larriba Harboe