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					Marie Curie Actions - FP6

Science, research and development

European Commission

How to prepare a good proposal
What am I aiming at ? When would I be ready? How can I prepare a proposal?

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Marie Curie Actions - FP6

Science, research and development

European Commission

Preparing a proposal
• Step1 - Decide upon action your are interested in
– – – – Consult the WP Study the rough guide to the “Marie Curie actions” Read the handbook of the activity that you are interested Visit the information web pages on Europa

• Step 2 - Down load the “infopack”
– Available on CORDIS – Study the guide of proposes and evaluators guidance notes – Consult the call for the dead lines

• Step 3 - Complete the proposal
– In collaboration with other partners if this is the case
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Science, research and development

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Submitting a proposal
• Check the possibilities that are available only electronic (EPSS), then register on Web for login and password On line proposal writing • If any other possibility needs special permission • Proposals must arrive before the deadline (check the hour)
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Science, research and development

European Commission

Relevant Documents
Brochures Information Submission

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Science, research and development

European Commission

Marie Curie Actions in 2003
Marie Curie Action Early stage training Early stage training sites Training networks Scientific conferences Transfer of knowledge (Host fellowship) Advanced training (Individual fellowships) Intra-european International outgoing International incoming Excellence measures Excellence teams Chairs Awards Re-integration measures European International EST RTN SCF/LCF TOK IAP TOK DEV EIF OIF IIF EXT EXC EXA ERG IRG Proposals submitted 741 336 347 33 218 1877 287 437 210 43 87 126 42 Eligible Selected Success rate 706 326 316 30 190 1672 239 363 195 36 84 120 40 47 41 31 13 73 394 42 56 18 11 5 113 35 6,7% 12,6% 9,8% 43,3% 38,4% 23,6% 17,6% 15,4% 9,2% 30,6% 6,0% 94,2% 87,5%

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Science, research and development

European Commission

Indicative Budget Breakdown 2003-2004
HOST-DRIVEN ACTIONS RESEARCH TRAINING NETWORKS EARLY STAGE RESEARCH TRAINING FELLOWSHIPS (EST) CONFERENCES AND TRAINING COURSES TRANSFER OF KNOWLEDGE FELLOWSHIPS (TOK) INDIVIDUAL-DRIVEN ACTIONS INTRA-EUROPEAN FELLOWSHIPS INTERNATIONAL INCOMING FELLOWSHIPS INTERNATIONAL OUTGOING FELLOWSHIPS EXCELLENCE GRANTS (TEAMS) CHAIRS EXCELLENCE AWARDS REINTEGRATION GRANTS (EUROPEAN & INTERNATIONAL)

465 (62.4%) 230 130 20 85 279.5 (37.5%) 110 20 28 55 10 0.5 56

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Science, research and development

European Commission

Thank you for your attention
• Elengo Manoussaki • DG Research-European Commission • elengo.manoussaki@cec.eu.int • Help desk : rtd-mariecurie-actions@cec.eu.int • http://europa.eu.int/mariecurie-actions

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