Have you heard about Marie Curie Individual Fellowship (MSCA-IF)? Would you like to know more about it? Well, you are in the right place! Listen to the interview done to our guest Judit Chamorro Servent, MSCA-IF researcher en Universitat Pompeu Fabra – Barcelona.
Hello everyone and welcome to another episode of Methods&Strategies Podcast, the show that shares with you the “behind the scene” of the scientific research. After interviews done to enthusiastic Ph.D. students and experienced researchers, is time to speak about the Marie Curie Individual fellowship.
Marie Curie Individual Fellowship is one of the further steps in the research career after the Ph.D.; as for all the other Marie Curie Fellowships, also the Marie Curie Individual fellowship is financed by the European Union and it is open to researchers moving within Europe.
In this spontaneous interview, Judit shares with us her experience as a researcher. Before coming back to Europe that to the Marie Curie Individual fellowship, our guest had already several years of work experience in France and New Zeland.
What does it really mean to work in different countries? Which are the pro and cons of this lifestyle? How to adapt to leave in another country?
Find the answers directly from her voice!:-)
Listen to the interview!
How to write and a project for an individual fellowship?
Write a project for an individual fellowship can be really difficult. Here some very useful tips if you want to apply to a MSCA-IF.
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