Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship

Why choosing Verona

Give a boost to your career with a Marie Curie in Verona

Choose the University of Verona as host institution for your Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowship, funded by the European Union. You can carry on your investigations in any discipline and improve your career perspectives.

What is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowship?

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships ― funded under Horizon 2020 Programme – are the main tool from European Union to support the transnational mobility and career development of the most talented researchers.
Some actions are dedicated to the reintegration of researchers after a long period of work outside Europe (Reintegration panel) or to restarting their research activity after a career break (Career Restart panel).
All research topics can be funded: from physics to linguistics, from life sciences to mathematics. The grant covers the remuneration costs for the researches (with an allowance for researchers with family), and the costs for training, research and networking.

Who can participate?

All researchers with a PhD degree or at least four years of experience in research can participate.

Two types of fellowships to come to Verona

European Fellowships: They are open to researchers of any nationality, and any country, who decide to come to the University of Verona for a period of 12-24 months. 

If a researcher wants to come to the University of Verona, she/he should not have spent in Italy more than 12 months in the last three years.

Global Fellowships: They are open to researchers of European nationality of long-term resident in Europe. The fellowship foresees a period of 12-24 months in an extra-European institution and a period of 12 months back to the University of Verona. In this case, the researcher should not have spent in the extra-European country more than 12 months in the last three years.

The 2019 call for Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowships opens on 11 April and closes on 11 September 2019. More than 235 million euro are available for European Fellowships and 50 million euro for Global Fellowships..

 If you want to learn more:
- Marie Curie Actions website
- call 2019

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We will help you in finding the right Supervisor for your research topic.
We are available for supporting you in preparing the project proposal: Research Area - Research Projects Unit

Why choosing the University of Verona?

  • It’s a young university still growing, with strong relationships with other European and worldwide Universities, and well integrated in the local industrial context
  • It’s a friendly city, welcoming and stimulating, rich in history and culture
  • Our Grant Office offers all the necessary support to submit your proposal
  • It offers a bunch of services for welcoming you and helping your integration in Verona: administrative issues (visa, residence permit, health insurance, bank account), accommodation for you and your family, kindergarten for your children, Italian language classes for foreign people and many more.

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Success stories

 

Federico Giusfredi is an orientalist, expert in ancient languages of the Anatolian peninsula.

In 2015 he came to the University of Verona with an European Fellowship, after studying at the University of Pavia (Italy) and at the Ludwig-Maximilien-Universität in Munich (Germany). At the end of his fellowship, he got a grant from the European Research Council for the PALaC project dedicated to the study of the traces of contact between different language populations in Anatolia between the 2nd and 1st millennium BCE. Thanks to this project, he obtained the position of Associate Professor in History of the Ancient Near East.

 

Marianna Purgato is a psychologist, expert in mental health of people living in socially diseased situations, such as migration and poverty.

In 2014 she obtained a Global Fellowship to go to the Johns Hopkins University in the USA and return to the University of Verona. She is currently Assistant Professor at the University of Verona and works in the European project RE-DEFINE, funded under Horizon 2020 and dedicated to the prevention of mental diseases in refugees.