- Postdoc grants
Marie Curie grants: Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) are a set of major mobility research grants created by the European Union/European Commission to support research in the European Research Area. The current call can be found here.
UOC postdocs grants: The UOC’s research, innovation and transfer activity is organised into 45 R&I groups conducted within the University’s faculties and at the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3), the eLearn Center (eLC) and the eHealth Center (eHC). For more info about current calls and projects click here.
Beatriu de Pinos: the Beatriu de Pinós programme makes a direct contribution to the implementation of the European Research Area, incentivising the mobility of, and attracting, research staff with the potential to stand out as leaders in their fields of research, whilst also giving them the opportunity to develop their professional careers. More info can be found here.
- Phd grants
UOC grants for completing phd theses: The Doctoral School of the UOC offers grants to take the doctoral studies in each new intake of any of the doctoral programmes. The UOC – Doctoral School grants for completing doctoral theses involve exclusive dedication by the student and their physical presence at the University’s facilities. For more information click here.
Industrial doctorate: The aim is to contribute to the competitiveness and internationalisation of Catalan industry, strengthen the tools for recruiting the talent generated in the country and place future PhD holders in the right place to carry out R&D&I projects in a company. The essential element of the industrial doctorate process is the research project carried out at a company or institution, where doctoral students will further develop their research training in collaboration with a university or research centre, and which is the object of a doctoral thesis. For more information click here.