Following the introductory webinar organised about the MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships on 27 April (watch on YouTube), we bring to you a follow-up webinar specifically focusing on putting together a strong proposal.
The 1.5 hour webinar covers the following:
- What makes a good proposal?
- Understanding the evaluation criteria
- How to fill in Forms A & B?
- Experience sharing by MSCA-PF fellow
Seats are limited and will be offered on a first-come-first-serve basis. The webinar is free-of-charge and is open to all nationalities & disciplines.
- MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships: Application Advice: Eugénia Shadlova (National Contact Point and French Delegate to the Program Committee for MSCA) & Morgane Bureau-Nury (French National Contact Point for MSCA)
- Why I applied for the MSCA-PF and how I did it?: Julija Sardelić, MSCA Fellow, Lecturer at Political Science and International Relations Programme Te Herenga Waka - Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand)
- Interactive Q&A - Moderated by Nishant Shandilya, Regional Coordinator, EURAXESS Australia & New Zealand
- Eugenia Shadlova is the French National Contact Point for Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions. Following ten years as European Affairs officer in French universities, she joined in 2021 the French Ministry for Higher Education, Research and Innovation as MSCA NCP coordinator and French Delegate to the Programme Committee for the MSCA configurations. Her team, composed of four people, provides information, training, tools and advice to research grant applicants. It supports proposal preparation as well as project implementation. The services are tailored to communities’ needs, with the objective to stimulate applications in different sectors, offer advanced training and increase the quality of the proposals.
- Since 2014, Morgane Bureau is an active member of the French National Contact Point for Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions. She provides information, gives training and tips and helps researchers with their application. At the same time, since 2011, she is working at Inserm (French National Institute of Health and Medical Research), the only public research organisation in France entirely dedicated to human health. She is in charge of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie projects in the Institute. Since 2021, she also works for the French Ministry for Higher Education, Research and Innovation as MSCA NCP member.
- Julija Sardelić is Lecturer at Political Science and International Relations Programme, Te Herenga Waka - Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand), where she (co-)teaches courses on human rights, politics of (forced) migration and nationalism. Her research encompasses broader topics of citizenship and migration, but she is particularly interested in the position of marginalized minorities (Roma), stateless people and forced migrants. Her book entitled The Fringes of Citizenship: Romani Minorities and Civic Marginalization (Manchester University Press) is coming out in 2021, while her other research has been published in different political science journals (Ethnopolitics, Politics Journal, among others). She is also a member of the programme committee of ASN (Association for Studies of Nationalities). Before coming to New Zealand, she was a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellow at University of Leuven (LINES-Leuven International and European Studies), Postdoctoral Fellow at University of Liverpool (School of Law and Social Justice), Max Weber Fellow at the European University Institute and CITSEE Research Fellow at University of Edinburgh (CITSEE – ERC Research Project Europeanisation of Citizenship in the Successor States of the Former Yugoslavia). She also has a decade long experience in working in civil society in South East Europe, especially in Romani communities.