An EU-funded research programme, the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) have supported outstanding researchers and renowned host organisations for more than 20 years. The unique approach of the MSCA: the highly attractive and competitive schemes bring together universities, research centres and private companies, located all over the world, with exceptional researchers of any nationality and in any field of research. One of the defining features of the MSCA is international mobility.
It is open to researchers all over the world, who have a doctoral degree or at least four years’ full-time research experience. The deadline for applying is 11 September 2019 (17:00:00 Brussels time).
Applicants have the choice to apply for a European Fellowship if they are moving within the EU or associated countries or if they are interested to come to the EU or an associated country from any other country in the world. Researchers based in the EU or associated countries can apply for a Global Fellowship for a position outside Europe.
All information is available on http://ec.europa.eu/
MSCA Individual Fellowships offer favorable employment conditions, including the possibility to work part-time and, for example, work on creating a start-up or follow advanced studies in parallel.