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 Marie Curie Fellowships for Early Stage Research Training

 Marie Curie Fellowships for Early Stage Research TrainingFunding is available for universities, research organisations, and businesses in the EU or Associated States to provide early-stage researchers of any nationality or age with structured scientific or technological training opportunities of between three months to three years.

To apply for funding, organisations must submit a proposal to the European Commission. The Commission then selects the successful proposals and eventually signs a contract with the organisation.

The successful organisation is then free to select the fellows directly. Researchers will be required to move to the country where their host organisation is based.

  • The last call for proposals was published on 11 September 2004 and is now closed. No further calls are foreseen for this action.
  • A detailed explanation of Marie Curie Early Stage Training is provided in the following Handbook (PDF document - 450 Kb)
  • Individual researchers are invited to visit the "Marie Curie Funding Opportunities Search Tool" on CORDIS website for information and fellowship vacancies in the projects funded by this scheme.
  • Additional information on the progress of calls and the status of proposal evaluation, as well as guidance on how to apply and manage your project can be found at the new Marie Curie information service on CORDIS
  • Frequently Asked Questions PDF document 35 Kb

last update: 20-01-2006