วันที่ : 03 มกราคม 2561
โดย : MSCA RISE
MSCA RISE Call 2018
An Opportunity for Thai Universities, Research Institutes and Companies to Partner with Europe
Would your staff like to gain experience in a different work environment (academic,
private sector) in Europe? The Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Research and
Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) funds short-term exchanges for staff to develop
careers combining scientific excellence with exposure to other countries and
sectors. RISE enables more interaction between academia and non-academic
organisations within Europe and worldwide. Thai universities, research institutes
and companies are eligible.
Who can apply?
This action is meant for organisations such as universities, research centres or
companies that propose a short-term exchange to their staff. Proposals should
include at least three partners, which can be universities, research institutions,
or non-academic organisations. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are
encouraged to participate.
Partner organisations should be from three different countries. At least two of
these should be from the
EU or associated countries. Partners from elsewhere in the world can also join.
Partners get together and propose a joint project. Proposals should highlight
networking opportunities, sharing of knowledge and the skills development of staff
Research staff of any nationality and any career level (from postgraduates to
experienced researcher) can undertake a secondment. Staff members working in
managerial, technical or administrative roles can also be seconded.
Note that if you have already part of a RISE proposal that was not funded, it is
possible to re-submit your proposal for this call.
What does the funding cover?
The grant supports the secondment of staff members for one month to one year. They
must be engaged in or linked to research and innovation activities for at least six
months prior to the secondment. They return to the sending organisation after the
secondment, to pass on their knowledge. Funding for a RISE project can last up to
For More Information
More information on the can be found
<https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/worldwide/asean/msca-rise-call-2018-open> here and on
the attached information sheet.
Any questions please contact <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
For those interested in applying to the MSCA 2018 call, there will be a webinar held
on 24-25 January. Details