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Marie Curie Fellowships - Guided Tour - Tour 6 - Research / training opportunities

Marie Curie Fellowships

Training Sites

Marie Curie Training Sites give young researchers pursuing doctoral studies the opportunity to receive training within high-level groups in their specialised area of research.

For more detailed information see the section on "Arrangements for Fellows" in the Guide for Proposers for Marie Curie Training Sites .

What are the requirements for fellows?

  • Nationality
    All fellows must be nationals of an EU Member or Associated State, or have resided in the EU for at least five years immediately prior to their selection by the company.

  • Mobility
    They must not undertake their fellowship in the country of their nationality or recent centre of activity. Nationals from an Associated State can only carry out their fellowship in a Member State.

  • Age
    At the time of selection the fellow must be 35 years old or less.

  • Research Experience
    The scheme is directed to postgraduate researchers pursuing doctoral studies in a subject area similar to that of the Training Site.

What is the duration?
3 months to 1 academic year

What is the estimated salary?
Fellows will receive the following:

  • Community contributions for Marie Curie Training Sites

  • (Member States)

    Fellowship scheme Allowance for fellow (euro/fellow-month) Mobility allowance (euro/fellow-month) Contribution to travel costs (euro/fellow-month) Contribution to research and management costs (euro/fellow-month)
    Marie Curie Training Sites 1200 100 900 (1200)*

  • 1200 euro/month for experimental/laboratory based projects.

NOTE that this is a Host Fellowship : Candidates apply directly to the host institutions. Find information on vacancies using the vacancy search tool .




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