MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships (PF) - applicant workshop 2021
Online workshop for potential MSCA Fellows who wish to apply for a European or Global Fellowship with the University of Bergen as host institution. CALL 2021
*The event has passed. Please take contact if you wish to apply with UiB and need access to the training material.*
UiB welcomes highly talented researchers in their earlier career who wish to develop their scientific vision, network and skills abroad and who wish to benefit from attractive working conditions at an institution that fully embraces the principles of Charter and Code.
UiB has several highly profiled research environments and world-class research infrastructure among a large portfolio of disciplines and welcomes also interdisciplinary and innovation-oriented projects. Research at UiB
UiB is dedicated to support potential MCSA fellows, in both the proposal and project implementation phases.
We offer a specific training course on writing a competitive MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowship proposal for applicants interested in a fellowship with UiB. The course is open to applicants who fulfill the eligibility criteria and who have identified a potential UiB supervisor willing to support the application. If you have not yet found a supervisor for your project and are interested in the University of Bergen, please contact us.
Applicants from the ARQUS Alliance: We especially encourage and welcome applicants coming from our ARQUS partner universities, from any field or within the ARQUS focus areas (Artificial Intelligence, Digital Humanities, European Cultural Heritage, Changing Societies, Global Change/Climate Change/Biodiversity, Cancer Research, Healthy Aging and Human Brain).
12:00 Welcome, introduction and UiB information
12:15 The MSCA PF Programme
Background and Basics
The Evaluation Process
Questions and short break
13:15 Key Aspects and Tips
15 min Breakout Exercise on Objectives
15 min Breakout exercise on Impact
Questions and short break
15 min Breakout exercise on Milestones
15:15 Presenting Clearly
15:30 Facts from a Fellow (with Francesca Mazzilli, MSCA Postdoctoral Fellow, Dept. of Archaeology, History, Cultural Studies and Religion, UiB)
15:50 Questions and discussion
16:00 Close of session
The workshop will be executed in collaboration with our partner Trend 2000 Ltd. and will be held in English.
- Eligible MCSA Fellowship applicants who wish to apply for a European or Global Fellowship with UiB as host institution.
- Interested Supervisors at UiB
- Interested UiB research support staff
Eligibility criteria for MSCA Fellowships:
Researchers with up to 8 years of experience in research, measured from the date of granting of a doctorate until the call deadline (15 September 2021), can apply.
For European Fellowships, researchers can be of any nationality if they are going to move between European states (EU member or -Associated States) or come in to Europe from any country (not associated). Those who wish to reintegrate to Europe within a European Fellowship, i.e. after a longer stay abroad, must be nationals or long-term residents of EU Member States or Horizon Europe Associated Countries. Reintegration proposals are evaluated together with standard European Fellowships.
For Global Fellowships, researchers going to a third country must be nationals or long-term residents of EU Member States or Horizon Europe Associated Countries.
Grantees have to fulfil strict international mobility rules in order to be eligible, depending on the type of fellowship.
Contact Corina Guder: email@example.com
Nine researchers receive EU mobility grants
The University of Bergen receives nine Individual Fellowship grants from Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions for 2020. Five grants go to The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.
International scholars to Bergen to conduct EU-funded research
Six European researchers have received EU funding for research residencies at the University of Bergen through the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) programme. Four of the six grants go to research projects in collaboration with the Faculty of Humanities.