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Information package for Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellows

November, 2016

Publication

This document gives an overview of the rights and obligations of fellows supported by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions. This includes what is understood by good working and support conditions, and how fellows can address problems. There is also a reminder of the importance attached by the EU to gender equality, research integrity, open access to research outputs, and outreach activities with the public. In addition, the text explains how non-research activities can be part of a fellowship in order to develop the career of the fellow.


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Information Note for MSCA IF Fellows

November, 2016

Publication, Note

For IF fellows, this document complements the Information package for Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellows by giving additional information on your employment status, including your social security rights. It also explains what to expect and check in your contract, as well as the basic reference rates and the applicable rules that will determine your income during your fellowship.


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Individual Fellowships 'Society and Enterprise' Panel infographic

April, 2016

Publication, Infographic

The Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions (MSCA) have launched for the first time a 'Society and Enterprise' Panel under the Individual Fellowship call 2016. With a budget allocated of EUR 10 million, this multidisciplinary panel of the European Fellowships aims to boost the career opportunities for researchers outside academia and the participation of the non-academic sector in the Individual Fellowships. It will enable such organisations to benefit from the creative and innovative potential of talented and promising experienced researchers.


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Welcoming researchers to Europe - Information for researchers affected by conflicts

December, 2015

Publication

The Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions (MSCA) of the EU Horizon 2020 programme are fully committed to ensuring that equal opportunities are provided to researchers whose scientific careers have been interrupted. The Actions provide high-quality training and career development opportunities in Europe for researchers of any nationality or field, either towards or beyond PhD level.


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Come to Europe! flyer

June, 2015

Publication, Flyer

The European Union funds outstanding researchers from all over the world to develop their potential in Europe. The EU offers three main funding possibilities for researchers interested to come to Europe: scholarships via Erasmus+ and Erasmus Mundus, fellowships as part of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions and grants from the European Research Council. This starter booklet gives students, researchers and research institutes an overview of all possibilities. Boost your research career, come to Europe!


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