Participants in the co-funding modality shall be established in Member States or associated countries and are organisations falling under one of the following categories: Public bodies, Other bodies, including research organisations.
This action aims at increasing the European-wide mobility possibilities for training and career development of experienced researchers, in line with the objectives set out in the activity heading 'Life-long training and career development', thus boosting its overall impact. The cofounding action targets programmes that support the trans-national mobility of experienced researchers at different stages of their careers, including researchers shortly after having obtained a doctorate, by broadening or deepening their individual competence, in particular in terms of acquisition of multi- or interdisciplinary skills or having intersectoral experiences and in particular encouraging mobility between public sector organisations and private companies; to support researchers in attaining and/or strengthening a leading independent position, e.g. principal investigator, professor or other senior position in education or enterprise; integrate researchers into a research career in Member States and associated countries, including in their country of origin, after a mobility experience.
EUR 115 million of the 2013 budget(1). The final budget awarded to this call, following the evaluation of projects,
may however vary up to 10% of the total value of the call.
(1) Under the condition that the draft budget for 2013 is adopted without modification by the budgetary authority.
The European Union contribution is estimated based on 40% of the fellowship costs for eligible researchers, with a maximum overall of EUR 10 million to a single applicant entity for one call