The EuroTech Universities Alliance is offering fellowships with an emphasis on collaboration
- Eligibility and proposal requirements are similar to those for Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions fellowships, with one exception: projects must feature a collaboration between two participating universities.
- You should contact and build relationships with hosts and co-hosts before applying.
- The only restriction on subject area is whether suitable collaborators can be found.
Winning a fellowship from the EU’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions mobility programme tops the wish lists of many postdoctoral researchers. But with competition intense for the flagship MSCA scheme, budding researchers from the engineering and physical sciences have an additional chance to win funding through a fellowship programme run by a network of six technology-focused universities.