The University of Graz offers a training workshop to help researchers with their application for a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship

15 January2020

PostDocs or researchers without PhD with at least 4 years’ experience in research who want to pursue an academic career and wish to go abroad, will be invited by the University of Graz to participate in a two-day training workshop (May 18-19 at University of Graz) to successfully apply for a Marie-Sklodowska-Curie-Individual-Fellowship with the University of Graz as host institution. The University of Graz will cover the costs for these workshop and the travel costs of attendees up to 600 Euro.

The workshop is being organized by the Office of Research Management and Service (contact: Robert Fuchs). It is free of charge and is a two-day proposal writing workshop for up to 30 participants.

This call falls into the activity “6.12: PostDoc Pursuit: fostering long-term research stays” of Arqus Action Line 6: Research Support and Early Stage Researcher Development.

Further information in pdf:

In English: MSCA_Initiative_UniGraz2020_en.pdf

In German: MSCA_Initiative_UniGraz2020_de.pdf

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