Grants in Practice: How to Write a Successful MSCA Application


2024年7月25日 (木) 14:00 18:00




A "Grants in Practice" session will be held at OIST on July 25th, for students and researchers interested in applying to EU Grants, like the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA).
The participants will work in groups on actual applications and learn about ways to improve their applications and impress committee members. While the session is focused on MSCA, the methods will be applicable to other grant applications too.

Organized by EURAXESS Japan

Lecturer: Cristina Gomez, Project Coordinator for EURAXESS Worldwide

Language: English, no interpretation.

Target audience: Students, Postdocs, Early Career Researchers interested in learning how to write successful proposals (not only for MSCA grants)

Please register here (will close when 30 participants are signed up):

[Registration] Grants in Practice: How to Write a Successful MSCA Application | OIST Groups

Registration for those outside of OIST


More on MSCA Grants:
The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions funds doctoral and postdoctoral programmes, collaborative research and innovation projects with various calls in 2024, supporting around 10,000 researchers.


Through its funding programmes, the MSCA are setting high standards for researchers’ careers and continue to achieve a long-lasting impact on European research and innovation systems and organisations, boosting cooperation beyond academia and increasing their global attractiveness and visibility.

Postdoctoral Fellowships help experienced researchers acquire new skills, develop their careers, and gain international, interdisciplinary, and inter-sectoral experience by working abroad. These prestigious fellowships are a stepping stone in researchers’ careers, allowing them to carry out cutting-edge work and to cooperate with leading scientific teams and figures.

The 2024 Postdoctoral Fellowships call has a budget of €417.2 million.

Call open: 23rd April 2024 

Call deadline: 11th September 2024

See guidance on how to apply

See the resources for applicants of the European Research Executive Agency

Get guidance by MSCA National Contact Points


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