Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) by H2020-MSCA, European commission: International and intersectoral collaboration through the exchange of research and innovation staff.


Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) aim to support the career development and training of researchers – with a focus on innovation skills – in all scientific disciplines through international and intersectoral mobility

FIELD: Research and Innovation Staff Exchange

Participating Organisations

Categories of Countries and Organizations:

For the purposes of the RISE action, two main categories of countries can be distinguished

  1. EU Member States (MS) and Associated Countries (AC)
  2. Non-Associated Third Countries (TC) Furthermore, two different types of organizations are eligible and distinguished according to whether they are considered to belong to the “academic” or the “nonacademic” sectors

Participating organizations are considered to belong to the academic sector if they have been assigned to one of the following three categories mentioned below:

  1. Public or private higher education establishments awarding academic degrees;
  2. Public or private non-profit research organizations whose primary mission is to pursue research;
  3. International European Interest Organizations. All other participating organizations belong by default to the non-academic sector, as confirmed in the validation process of organizations.

Application Procedure

  1. Individual researchers together with the host organizations apply for Individual fellowships (IF)
  2. International networks of research organizations from the academic and non-academic sectors apply to run research networks (ITN) and staff exchanges
  3. Organizations funding or managing doctoral or fellowship programs apply for co-funding  programs (COFUND)
  4. Any organization able to organize a public event to promote science and research can apply for the European Researchers’ Night (NIGHT)
Quick Overview——–
Organization H2020-MSCA: European commission
Level Postdoc, Researcher, Scientist
Country European countries
Subject areas All Disciplines
Salary Varies
Eligibility Open Internationally
Deadline 28 April 2020

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