Exchange Programmes under Horizon Europe Programme “Excellent Science”

Horizon Europe Office in Ukraine informs you that calls are being held under the Pillar 1 of the Horizon Europe Programme “Excellent Science”, within the framework of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action.
Applications are being accepted for the “Staff Exchange” call, which promotes international, intersectoral and interdisciplinary mobility of research staff to exchange knowledge between participating organisations.
The aim of the call is to provide grant support to strengthen and expand international, cross-sectoral and interdisciplinary cooperation networks, deepen networking and communication opportunities with fellow scientists and the general public, and intensify international cooperation, resulting in increased contacts and opportunities.
The exchange programmes are open to international consortia of universities, research institutions, enterprises, including small and medium-sized enterprises, and other non-academic organisations.
More details about the call are available here:
Important information to consider when applying for the call:
1. Please note that the application form (Part B) for this call (HORIZON-MSCA-2023-SE-01) has been updated to version 3.1.
2. On 19 December 2023, the Financial Guide was presented: This guide explains the different aspects of project implementation under the four components of Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action:
▪️ Doctoral Networks (DNs)
▪️ Postdoctoral Fellowships (PF)
▪️ Exchange of Professionals (EP)
▪️ Co-financing

The deadline for applications is 28 February 2024, 18:00 (Kyiv time).

More information here

DUSS Virtual Central Europe Program

The University of Alberta’s DUSS (Disrupted Ukrainian Scholars and Students) Initiative is launching a new phase of its virtual support program and welcoming applications from Ukrainian scholars, writers, filmmakers, and visual artists currently located in Central Europe or engaging with Central European themes. The program, funded by the Wirth Institute for Austrian and Central European Studies (, is meant to support up to eight Ukrainian scholars, writers, filmmakers, and/or visual artists who either have been displaced to one of the Central European countries due to the ongoing war or are working on research / creative projects with a Central European focus. For the purpose of this project, Central Europe will be understood to include Austria, Croatia, Czechia, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia. The DUSS Initiative, jointly with the Wirth Institute and other UAlberta’s teams and institutions, will provide successful applicants with $2,000 CDN honoraria to support their work and assist them in establishing scholarly or artistic connections with the UAlberta community.

Deadline: Jan 10, 2024

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