Widening Countries Profile
If you consider a Widening Country organisation as a partner or host for your Marie Skłodowska-Curie project,
THESE COUNTRY PROFILES ARE FOR YOU!
RISE & ITN Call Statistics 2019
This document is prepared by the MSCA NCPs within the Net4Mobility+ project to present some statistical data related to the RISE 2019 & ITN 2019
REGISTER NOW - 24-25 March 2020 - "Effective communication and using Twitter for maximum impact" - Dublin, Ireland
11-15 May 2020 - Meet & Exchange Workshop on Synergies & Training on MSCA Issue: COFUND, Hungary
30 June 2020- 1 July 2020 - Training on Science Communication and Public Engagement - Iceland
All the upcoming events are published here.
Latest Net4Mobility+ Webinar
NET4MOBILITY+ is the project of Horizon 2020 National Contact Points (NCP) for Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA). The overall objective is to facilitate transnational cooperation among NCPs for MSCA, upgrade their systemic knowledge and tools in order to raise their standard of support, identifying and sharing good practices across MSCA in close collaboration with other EU networks.
It has been funded by Horizon 2020 under Grant Agreement No 785632 with the specific objectives:
to enhance competences of the MSCA NCP network through tailored activities jointly developed by the project consortium, helping its members to acquire and enhance knowledge and skills, to gain experience useful during their daily work at the national, regional or local level;
to support the MSCA NCPs from the “widening countries” by providing activities and means useful at the proposal preparation stage, helping to raise the quality of grant applications as well as supporting their capacity to attract researchers, collaborators and funding;
to increase visibility of the MSCA NCP support to potential beneficiaries and stakeholders representing different organisations, sectors and scientific fields, located in Europe and beyond. Information provided via various means aims to simplify their access to practical information, knowledge and practices.
This project has received funding from the European Union's DG EAC - Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under the Grant Agreement 785632.