Registration is now open for the Marie Curie Individual Fellowships and Career Integration Grants General Information and Proposal Writing event, organised by the Marie Curie UK National Contact Point.
There will be three separate events, which will take place at the following locations:
- University College London, 17 April 2013
- Durham University (part of a NE Regional event) 8 May 2013
- Queen’s University, Belfast, 13 May 2013
Registration for each event will start at 9:30. The events will start at 10:00 and close at around 13:00.
The aim of the session is to provide participants with an overview of the Marie Curie Individual Fellowships (Intra-European Fellowships (IEF), International Outgoing Fellowships (IOF), and International Incoming Fellowships (IIF)) and the Career Integration Grants (CIG). These sessions will also provide those wishing to submit an application with a deeper understanding of the proposal format and the key issues they are required to address in planning and writing their proposal.
Who should attend:
The sessions will be of particular interest to UK-based researchers who are interested in and/or are planning to submit a proposal to the Marie Curie Individual Fellowships’ calls, which open on 14 March and close on 14 August, or the second cut-off date for the Career Integration Grants on the 18 September.
The session will include a presentation on the schemes, which are the last calls under FP7. It is also hoped that the session will provide a forum for discussion, and to answer questions that applicants may have relating to these schemes and preparing a proposal.
Each session will provide an outline of the Marie Curie Actions, specific details on the fellowships and grants action and the application form and guidance on planning and writing your Marie Curie proposal. There will be the opportunity to ask questions throughout the sessions. The agenda and venue for each session will be available closer to the time of the event, and will also be sent to registered participants via email.