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For an easy-to-read introduction to FP7 in 21 languages, see the brochure, "FP7 - tomorrow's answers
start today", on Understanding the Seventh Framework Programme


FP7 was the European Union's Research and Innovation
funding programme for 2007-2013.
The current programme is Horizon 2020
but there are many projects funded under FP7 which are still running.

Frequently Asked Questions about FP7

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Q: Is the reintegration phase upon the completion of the mobility period compulsory? What good reason is there to include a reintegration phase in an IIF proposal?
A: The reintegration phase is intended to help to counteract the brain drain and is only applicable to researchers from developing countries and emerging economies. Where relevant, the evaluators will assess the benefits of the reintegration phase to the researcher and to Europe, including the quality of both the host and the project. The reason to include a reintegration phase is to facilitate the researcher returning to his/her home institution. It is not compulsory.

For further information please see :  FP7 Marie Curie Actions 

Category : Marie Curie Actions (FP7) ( IIF (International Incoming Fellowships) ) , Researcher Mobility ( IIF (International Incoming Fellowships) ) , FP7 (Seventh Framework Programme) ( Marie Curie Actions )


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