Brazilian individual researchers can take part in mobility programmes
Short- and long-term mobility of researchers both ways is an important driver of the EU-Brazil research and innovation partnership.Brazilian individual researchers can take part in mobility programmes under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions scheme (MSCA). Brazilian researchers may also apply for the European Research Council (ERC) grants, which are for the most ambitious and highest quality researchers.To highlight everything Brazilian researchers interested in a research stay in Europe need to know, EURAXESS Brazil and INCOBRA project held a webinar on « Mobility of researchers under Horizon 2020 » in the framework of INCOBRA H2020 Hands on training on 28 June 2018. The webinar targets Brazil-based individual researchers and institutions. It was held in Portuguese.Watch the webinar here.More information can be found on the EURAXESS/Brasil website.
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