MSCA Staff Exchanges
Universities, research institutions, businesses, SMEs and other non-academic organisations
Collaborative projects between both academic and non-academic sectors
5 October 2023More information on MSCA Staff Exchanges
Staff Exchanges is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action for the development of sustainable collaborative projects between different organisations from both academic and non-academic sectors (particularly SMEs), based in Europe and beyond. Continue reading to learn more about MSCA Staff Exchanges.
Who can apply for MSCA Staff Exchanges?
International consortia of universities, research institutions, businesses, SMEs and other non-academic organisations can apply for Staff Exchanges. Your consortium must include at least three organisations in three different countries. Two of these need to be located in a different EU Members State or Horizon Europe Associated Country. The participation of organisations from any country is possible. However, if all participating countries are from the same sector (academic or non-academic), at least one must be from a non-associated Third Country.
What will be funded with MSCA Staff Exchanges?
This programme funds the mobility of seconded staff members from one month to one year, after which they must return to their organisation to pass on their knowledge. Staff Exchanges:
- Can be researchers at any career stage (from PhD candidates to managerial staff involved in R&I activities);
- Can be of any nationality;
- Must be engaged or linked to R&I activities at their sending organisation at least one month prior to the secondment;
- Must return to their sending organisation after secondment to pass on their knowledge.
Interested in applying for this Action?
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