If you are a researcher planning your next move in Europe, look here for career opportunities and relevant information and assistance. Several search engines will help you effortlessly identify the best career and mobility opportunities available in your field under the Marie Curie Actions, EURATOM and JRC fellowships and other initiatives.
Further to the entry into force of the 7th RTD Framework Programme in January 2007, several calls for proposals, related to the mobility of researchers, have already been published. Here are some examples of actions to be financed under the Marie Curie scheme: "intra-European fellowships for career development', "international fellowships for career development "European reintegration grants", "international reintegration grants","initial training networks", "industry-academia partnerships and pathways", etc. For further information, please visit the CORDIS call pages .
This web service provides practical information for participants in the Marie Curie Actions. Each of the 12 actions has its own dedicated space. The information is organised according to the specific needs and interests of the visitor: Researchers who wish to apply, Applicants who wish to know more about the status of a submitted proposal and Participants in projects selected for funding.
These powerful search engines will help you effortlessly identify the best human resources and mobility opportunities available in your specialisation under the Marie Curie host-driven actions and the Marie Curie Excellence Grants. These actions aim to boost the availability of transnational training and mobility schemes in Europe.
If you are a researcher planning your next move in Europe, visit the European Researcher's Mobility Portal to look for career opportunities and to find relevant information and assistance.
The Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the Commission of the European Communities offers individual research fellowships to interested scientists under various schemes which fall under the JRC's research areas.
Last updated on: 2007-05-08