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Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowships - Overview

Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowships (formally Individual Fellowships) are an individual grant for postdoctoral researchers to support mobility, research projects and training.


The 2021 Round will open in June 2021 with a funder deadline in October 2021 (please factor in for University deadlines, which will precede the funder deadline).

Proposals will be likely be evaluated in later part of 2021/early 2022. Results would likely be expected in Feb/March 2022.

Link to Funder Guidance:

The funder guidance for this year's call has not yet been released, but more information can be found here:

Examples of successful applications

Some previous applicants have been kind enough to offer to share their applications (and the evaluation reports) with departments, supervisors and applications. However, as these documents are sensitive, we will be protecting them. To request access:

  • If you're a member of the University, please click on the application link below and select 'request access'.
  • If you want to share the application with an applicant that you're working with, please email with their name and email address.

Mathematics - PartAut - Szakács (2017)

Environment - Space for Giants - Nyumba (2020)

Who to contact with questions about applying

Your Department's Research Support Office:

Information for Research Support Administrators

The following information relates to funder and University processes and is intended to assist members of Research Support teams (rather than applicants).

  • Standard University deadlines apply for submission.

academic supervision time to Marie Curie Fellowships -


just wanted to see if this was something you would be looking at and advising depts on as part of your Fellowship role? (i.e. could we say that these types of grants should always include supervision time?)

If you have any queries, please get in touch with your RGO contact.

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