Marie Curie Career Integration Grants

Another email I received yesterday is about the closing date (March 8) for the Marie Curie Career Integration Grants. Those grants are “intended to improve considerably the prospects for the permanent integration of researchers who are offered a stable research post in Europe after a mobility period in a country for at least 3 years –  a country that is neither an EU Member State nor an Associated Country… The duration of these grants is between 2 and 4 years” and the amount of each grant is 100,000 euros. Those grants seem to be aiming at recruiting new researchers outside the EU and/or bringing back EU researchers currently abroad.

One Response to “Marie Curie Career Integration Grants”

  1. […] a coincidence, following the previous post about Marie Curie grants, the French postal services launched this weekend a new stamp in honour of […]

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