ESF GRANTS: G3: Exchange Visits (Short and Longer Term Exchange Grants)The GREAT programme has typically €25K / year to support exchange visits. The science topics of the exchanges can be in any area within the scope of the GREAT programme. These can be found in detail in the Programme Proposal or as identified at previous GREAT plenary meetings.
The reimbursement rates for exchange visits are detailed in the Guidelines for short visits and exchange grants
Short Visits: OPEN CALL
These can be submitted at any time. The exchange visit of up to 15 days should focus on networking activity relevant to the GREAT programme. The exchange visit can be timed to start no earlier than two months from the submission of the proposal. The result of the application evaluation will be made known to the proposers within one month of the proposal being submitted.
Full details as to the application procedure can be found on the GREAT ESF Grants pages. In addition, the case document that you upload should also list the expected outcomes of the visit, mentioning leads into any future work which might arise as a result of the visit.
Please submit your application through the 'Short Visit' application point of the GREAT ESF pages.
Longer Term Exchange Visits: CURRENT CALLThese are to support exchange visits from 15 days to four months.
The eligibility criteria are the following:
- To undertake work applicable to the GREAT programme
• To apply for a stay in a European country other than the country of origin
• To return to the institute of origin upon termination, so that the applicant's institution may also benefit from the broadened knowledge of the scientist
Those supported through this call will be expected to acknowledge ESF support in publications resulting from the grantee's work in relation with the grant.
The eighth call for long exchange visits is now open (deadline 20th December 2013)
Details of Past Longer Term Exchange Visit Calls
For previous call details please see the announcement pages - listed here for reference.
- The seventh call (deadline 25th JUne 2013) has now passed
- The sixth call (deadline 13th December 2012) has now passed
- The fifth call (deadline Jun 15 2012) has now passed
- The forth call (deadline Dec 05 2011) has now passed
- The third call (deadline Jun 03 2011) has now passed
- The second call (deadline Dec 21 2010) has now passed
- The first call (deadline Jun 07 2010) has now passed.