Mobility grant applications are welcome from all areas of scientific and technological research.
For specific details of the call link to the FP7 Calls Page (then go to the PEOPLE tab).
Researchers wanting to work in another country can now apply for support to one of three Marie Curie (PEOPLE) Programme fellowship schemes, while those in receipt of a Marie Curie Fellowship and wishing to return home can apply for a Marie Curie Re-integration Grant :
Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship for Career Development - Deadline: 17th August 2010
To assist experienced researchers (post-docs) acquire new research skills and experience by working in research laboratories in other Member States and Associated countries for a period of 12 to 24 months.
International Incoming Fellowship - Deadline: 17th August 2010
To facilitate top class researchers from Third countries work in Europe, collaborate with a European research team, transfer knowledge and expertise and gain new knowledge (12 – 24 months).
International Outgoing Fellowship - Deadline: 17th August 2010
To assist European researchers gain experience and expertise by working in a laboratory or institute outside the European Union. Grant aid covers 1 to 2 years in a Third Country laboratory and a one year re-integration grant to bring your new expertise home to Europe.
Marie Curie Re-integration Grant - Deadline: 7th September 2010
This programme facilities European researchers in receipt of a Marie Curie Training and Mobility grant to return to their native country.