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Guide for Applicants, Marie Curie Actions, People, International Research Staff Exchange Scheme, Call identifier FP7-PEOPLE-2009-IRSES

Funded under: FP7-PEOPLE


This is the Guide for Applicants for the call: FP7-PEOPLE-2009-IRSES
The main changes made since the 2008 Guide concern:
- The GRANT AGREEMENT: according to the People Work Programme 2009 the IRSES Scheme adopts a Multi-beneficiary grant agreement. The grant agreement will be concluded with each of the participants located in the Member States or Associated Countries, who will sign the grant agreement while the other members of the partnership are defined as partner organisations. This change is reflected in the Guide.
- The VALIDATION OF THE BENEFICIARIES: each participant located in a Member state or in an Associated Country should have a Participant Identification Code (PIC). It must be registered and validated in the Commission's Unique Registration Facility (URF) at the time of signature of the grant agreement.
- The PART B: more details are required in the Part B of the proposal. This Guide dedicates a specific section to better structure the exchange scheme and the planned scientific activities (Part B.1.1).
- ETHICS: A section on Ethical Issues must be completed (see dedicated section B.5 in this Guide).

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