MSCA proposal information

MSCA proposal information

You must have a host organization. You can get 6 extra months after postdoctoral fellowship by non-academic placement. The arrangement of non-academic placement is the main purpose of MSCA Sweden. We can arrange that.

Applying for MSCA fellowship is a lot of work.

A research plan for an MSCA fellowship should include the following key elements:

  1. Introduction: Provide a brief overview of the research topic and its importance.
  2. Objectives: Clearly state the research questions or hypotheses that you aim to investigate.
  3. Methodology: Describe the research design, methods, and data analysis techniques you plan to use.
  4. Expected outcomes: Explain the anticipated results and the impact your research will have on the field.
  5. Timeline: Provide a detailed schedule with milestones and deadlines.
  6. Budget: Outline the anticipated costs and funding sources for your project.
  7. Dissemination: Explain how you plan to share your research findings with relevant stakeholders.
  8. Risks and mitigation: Identify any potential risks and describe how you will address them.
  9. Ethics: Identify and address any ethical considerations related to your research.

Are you interested to apply for a fellowship and is looking for a host? Prepare a 2-3 page description of elements 1-4 and send to us.

General requirements for applying MSCA fellowship:

– Must not have resided in the EU for more than 12 months during the three years before the application deadline

– Fellow must successfully have defended the PhD thesis at the time of the deadline and have no more than a maximum of 8 years full-time equivalent experience in research from the date of PhD award

More information about MSCA Fellowship application here.


MSCA Sweden is initiated by Alminica AB, a deeptech innovation SME in Sweden.


MSCA Sweden is part of innovation ecosystem with research organizations and SMEs

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