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MSCA Innovative Training Networks

Date: 19.09.2019 - 14.01.2020
MSCA Innovative Training Networks

European Commission has announced a call

Announcing Institution

European Commision

Scope of the call:

MSCA ITN grants are intended for training of Early-Stage Researchers by international teams.

International Consortia may apply for financing projects under the following types:

Call supervisors at CAWP:

Sebastian Bąk,
phone: 12 663 38 46,

Bernadetta Patecka,
phone: 12 663 30 22,

  • European Training Networks (ETN) - at least 3 institutions from 3 different member countries and / or associated with H2020 offering a joint and complementary training program based on individual research projects carried out by accepted early-stage researchers.
  • European Industrial Doctorates (EID) - at least 2 institutions from 2 different member countries and / or associated with H2020 and 2 different sectors offering doctoral studies, in which a PhD student must spend at least 50% of the time in the non-academic sector (emphasis on the participation of enterprises). One of the institutions must have rights to confer doctoral degrees.
  • European Joint Doctorates (EJD) - at least 3 institutions from 3 different member countries and / or associated with H2020, entitled to confer doctoral degrees offering a joint doctoral program and awarding a joint / dual doctorate.


14 January, 2020

Submission procedure:

Applications must be submitted via Funding & tender opportunities.

National Contact Point in Poland encourages you to consult your proposals.

Jagiellonian University internal regulations:

In accordance with the Jagiellonian University Rector’s Directive No. 56 on July 11, 2016 on the rules of procedure for the preparation and implementation at the JU of projects financed from external sources, researchers interested in participating in the call should submit to the CAWP:

  • Until 7 January 2020:
    • printed and signed  Project Registration Form and Vat Form Eligibility
    • Draft proposal (can be electronic version submitted as a PDF file to the call supervisor at CAWP)
  • Until 15 January 2020: the final version of the proposal  - in electronic version.

The proposal can be submitted under the condition of its approval by the JU Vice-Rector and the JU Bursar on the Project Registration Form.

Out of concern for the quality of submitted proposals we encourage you to consult applications and submit documents to the CAWP in earlier dates than mentioned above.

More information:

Vice-Rector’s Directive (in Polish)

Research Project Registration Form: Windows, Mac, Linux

VAT form eligibility (in Polish): Windows, Mac, Linux