Horizon Europe MSCA Staff Exchanges 2021

In the new Horizon Europe, MSCA Staff Exchanges will be the continuity from Horizon 2020 to get involved organisations from the academic and non-academic sectors (including SMEs) from across the globe.

Support is provided for international, inter-sectoral and interdisciplinary mobility of R&I staff, leading to knowledge transfer between participating organisations.

SCA Staff Exchanges can address three dimensions of mobility, which are:

  1. inter-sectoral
  2. international
  3. interdisciplinary

Exchanges between organisations within EU Member States and Horizon Europe Associated Countries should mainly be inter-sectoral. However, same-sector exchanges are also possible under the condition that they are interdisciplinary. Interdisciplinarity is not required for same-sector exchanges with non-associated Third Countries.

For participating staff members, the project should offer new skills acquisition and career development perspectives.

Participating organisations must ensure that the seconded staff are adequately mentored. The total Budget for the 2021 call is 72.5 EUR million.

The info session about Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Staff Exchanges of 19 November 2021 was designed for potential applicants. It provided guidance on the application process and the consortium composition. It gave details on funding availability. Check the latest information and calendar on ongoing or forthcoming MSCA Staff Exchanges calls for proposals  https://rea.ec.europa.eu/funding-and-grants/horizon-europe-marie-sklodowska-curie-actions/msca-staff-exchanges_en



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