Resources, Events & Training

Our mission, in the Irish Marie Skłodowska-Curie Office (IMSCO) is to support the research community from all disciplines in applying for MSCA funding and in implementing MSCA projects. As well as promoting MSCA calls we provide guidance and information to applicants and awardees through training events, webinars, handbooks, and query support.

    Webinars and Information Sessions


    As part of the MSCA-NET project, the IMSCO alongside MSCA NCP colleagues, produce handbooks for each of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie calls. The handbooks contain tips and advice on each section of the application as well as listing the most common strengths and weaknesses that are featured in the Evaluation Summary Reports. Handbooks should be used in conjunction with the official call documents including the MSCA Work Programme, Guide for Applicants, and proposal templates, which can downloaded from the call webpage on the EU’s Funding & Tender Opportunities Portal.

    MSCA Calls - in brief

    If you have just 10 minutes to spare but want to learn more about MSCA calls, check out our bite size overview series of MSCA calls.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Official FAQs published on the EU Funding and Tender Opportunities portal can be a useful source of information. In addition, MSCA-NET have multiple resources and also publish an FAQ Blog based on information MSCA NCPs have received from the European Research Executive Agency.

    Successful Projects

    The Irish Marie Skłowdowska-Curie Office has supported researchers with a national drawdown of over €196 million since the start of the Horizon 2020 programme in 2014. Visit the Irish Marie Skłowdowska-Curie Office You Tube Channel and see successful projects showcased in our webinars.

    FP7 Marie Curie Actions for Principal Investigators

    FP7 Marie Curie Actions for Social Sciences and the Humanities

    FP7 Marie Curie Actions for Industry

    FP7 Marie Curie Actions for Individual Fellows