On 22 June 2022 a second info session on the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Doctoral Networks (DN) 2022 call will take place. After the first webinar which will present the modalities of the call on 2 June, this webinar will aim to provide potential applicants with good practices, tips and tricks, so that they can increase their chance of success.
The event is organised by the National Contact Points (NCPs) for MSCA in Belgium (NCP Federal BE, NCP-FNRS, NCP Flanders) to inform potential applicants and institutions from both the academic and non-academic sector.
The MSCA DN 2022 call is open. Doctoral Networks are consortia of at least 3 different entities (e.g. universities, research institutions and research infrastructures, businesses including SMEs, and other socio-economic actors) in different EU Member States and Horizon Europe Associated Countries, from various research and innovation areas (bottom-up approach). Supported researchers are doctoral candidates of any nationality. The Doctoral Networks can last for up to four years and can cover all areas of research. Each fellowship is between 3 and 36 months.
During this information session, testimonies will be provided by a coordinator of a successful proposal and by an expert evaluator in the MSCA DN 2021 call. This will be followed by a question and answers session with both the coordinator and the evaluator.
The info session will take place online. Participation to this webinar is free and open to any researcher in any career stage wishing to apply with a Belgian host institution or any staff member of a Belgian host institution (both from the academic and non-academic sector).
Registration is mandatory and open until 21 June. You have the possibility to write any question you might have at this stage in the registration form. Please take this opportunity, as all the questions raised beforehand will be addressed in the relevant presentations.
In case you would have any question, please do not hesitate to contact one of the organisers:
MSCA NCP Flanders
MSCA NCP Federal BE