Top tips to get junior researchers on a plane to Europe for an EU-funded fellowship
Gaining some international experience is a common stepping stone for a successful research career, and something young researchers are keen to do once they’ve gained their PhD.
For many Australian researchers, Europe is an obvious destination. The European Union has a dedicated mobility scheme for junior researchers—Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions postdoctoral fellowships—that enables researchers of any nationality to spend between one and two years at a European research institution.
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