MSCA grant

MSCA - Doctoral Networks (MSCA-DN)

The MSCA – Doctoral Networks (MSCA-DN) is part of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions programme. 5 different types of grants are available in the MSCA programme, aiming to set up different types of training networks or training programmes. Other grants fund fellowships or events to increase the popularity of science in society.

MSCA – Doctoral Networks 2024

Subsidy: Varies depending on location and project duration

Total budget: 2024: €400M

Funding rate: 100%

Deadlines: 27 Nov 2024

Project duration: 3 years

Consortium: Consortia consist of at least three independent legal entities, each established in a different EU Member State or Horizon Europe Associated Country and with at least one of them established in an EU Member State. Should be diverse: partnerships of universities, research institutions and research infrastructures, businesses including SMEs, andother socio-economic actors from different countries across the EU and beyond

Scope: Doctoral programme will respond to well-identified needs in an R&I area, expose the researchers to the academic and non-academic sectors, and offer training in research-related, as well as transferable skills and competences relevant for innovation and long-term employability (e.g. entrepreneurship, commercialisation of results, Intellectual Property Rights, communication). Proposals for doctoral networks can reflect existing or planned research partnerships among the participating organisations

Proposals under this Action should contribute to the following expected outcomes:

  • Benefits for both Doctoral Candidates and Participating Organisations
  • Train creative, entrepreneurial, innovative and resilient doctoral candidates (DCs) able to face current and future challenges; convert knowledge and ideas into products and services and achieve sustainable economic and social benefit
  • Offer training in research-related skills and competences for innovation and long-term employability
  • Expose the DCs to academic and non-academic sectors for developing transferable skills
  • Enhance cooperation and knowledge transfer between sectors and disciplines
  • Strengthen Europe’s human capital base in R&I through highly-skilled doctoral candidates
  • Improve attractiveness of researchers’ careers in Europe notably through better working and employment condition
  • Enhance talent and knowledge circulation across the R&I landscape through inter-sectoral, interdisciplinary and international mobility

 

 


About MSCA

5 different types of grants are available in the MSCA programme, aiming to set up different types of training networks or training programmes. Other grants fund fellowships or events to increase the popularity of science in society. Marie Curie aims to enhance the skills of researchers or science staff in different stages of their career and the possibility to improve your career in science. In a lot of the grants the mobility principle is an important requirement, the researchers need to travel towards another country to gain skills, expertise or a fellowship.

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