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Travel Grants for MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships applications

The Marie Curie Postodoctoral Fellowships (Horizon Europe programme) at the University of Macerata, Italy.
These are among the flagship and most prestigious research fellowships in Europe, and are open to all the researchers with no age or research domains restrictions. UNIMC will offer travel grants, a training and funding support package and a proofreading grant to those researchers who will want to apply for the fellowships having Macerata as host institution.

Are you interested in becoming a Marie Curie Postdoc Fellow and work on your own research project? Are you willing to have the University of Macerata as your host institution, or return host institution?
Then you should apply for a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship, aimed at promoting excellent research across borders.

The University of Macerata will award a training and support package to a group of very talented researchers willing to apply to the European MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships call with a research project involving the University of Macerata as host institution (European Fellowships) or return host institution (Global Fellowships).

The package includes:
-  Access to the MSCA@UNIMC 2022 Masterclass (to be held in Macerata from 23 May to 3 June, 2022) for training on how to write a successful MSCA proposal, held by MSCA experts;
- Meeting with Marie Curie Supervisor at UNIMC, in order to better define the content of the MSCA proposal;
- A dedicated mentorship and coaching service provided by the UNIMC Grant Office on elaboration of project proposal;
- A dedicated funding (max € 500 per participant) to cover the costs related to a professional proof-reading service of project proposal.
- Additional funding for the most excellent 10 candidates selected, if resident outside Italy, for travel and accommodation (max € 1.500 per participant) in order to attend the Masterclass.

Deadline for application: 2 May 2022

More information: here