MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships 2022 Call Information Webinar Series - Session 3: Process for Submission and Evaluation

Recording and Presentation slides from the Webinar

This event was part of a series of information webinars, which include Session 1: Overview and Eligibility Rules and Session 2: Practical Matters

Aim of the Webinar

This webinar provided attendees with a comprehensive overview over the Submission and Evaluation process of the 2022 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Postdoctoral Fellowship Call.

The MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships help experienced researchers advance their careers and gain new skills through training, international, intersectoral and international mobility.

Postdoctoral Fellowships are aimed at researchers who are already in possession of a doctoral degree, and at the call deadline have a maximum of 8 years full-time equivalent research experience. Career breaks, time spent outside/not on research related activities, part-time working, time spent outside of EU (for reintegrating researchers), and refugee status will be taken into consideration.

Who should attend

The webinar is aimed at researchers and other staff in UK academic and non-academic organisations, including industries and SMEs, who are interested in the 2022 MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowship Call as a host organisation or potential supervisor. It is also intended for researchers from the UK, across Europe and beyond who intend to apply with a UK host institution.

Programme outline

The webinar was held on 29 April 2022, 10:00-11:30 am UK time.

Chris Reynolds, Head of Sector, Research Executive Agency (REA), gave an overview of the submission and evaluation process for the 2022 MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowship Call.  Dr. Branwen Hide, Senior European Advisor, UKRO, then detailed additional practical points which should be considered when developing an application for the 2022 MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowship Call. Subsequently, participants had the opportunity to ask questions in a dedicated Q&A session.  

Attendance was free of charge, but registration was mandatory.






29 April 2022
The UK Research Office (UKRO)