Marie Curie Staff Exchanges: Learn how to apply

Topics: Events

Tags: MSCA SE Call 2022 | MSCA SE

    27/09/2022 - 16:00
    China, BEIJING
    28/09/2022 - 18:00

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You can watch the recording and download the presentation slides below:


Introduction by Anna Facchinetti: Introduction to MSCA Staff Exchanges for China-base organisations and researchers (12.14 MB)

Presenation by Branwen Hide: MSCA Staff Exchanges Action (1.99 MB)


The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Staff Exchanges action funds short-term international and inter-sectoral exchanges of staff members involved in research and innovation activities of participating organisations. The aim is to develop sustainable collaborative projects between different organisations from the academic and non-academic sectors (in particular SMEs), based in Europe and beyond: organisations from China can apply!

The 2020 call for proposals is expected to open on October 6th

Exchanged staff benefit from new knowledge, skills and career development perspectives, while participating organisations increase their research and innovation capacities.

In this webinar we will present the MSCA Staff Exchanges action following the below agenda:

    • Introduction to the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions
    • UK participation in Horizon Europe
    • The 2022 MSCA Staff Exchange Call:
      • Eligibility criteria
      • How does the Funding works
      • Tricks and Tips for the application process.

We will conclude with a Q&A session.

Watch also our intro video to this webinar:

The webinar will take place on Zoom Meeting and is free of charge. Registration is required to participate.



Branwen Hide

Joining in 2018, Dr Branwen Hide is a Senior European Advisor at the UK Research Office in Brussels and is one of the two UK national contact points for Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions. Since completing her DPhil in clinical medicine at Oxford in 2009, she has been actively supporting researchers engage with European research and innovation funding. She has worked for a broad range of research organisations supporting research and partnership development – from the University of Birmingham to the Sciences and Technology Facilities Council.