ESF GRANTS: G3: Exchange Visits: Call Dec 2010

This call is now CLOSED: these pages are left for information purposes only

These 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
Priority will be given to applications where the institutions involved are in countries that financially support the programme.

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 last call for Exchange Grants
closed 21st December 2010 (at 18.00 GMT) - with all supported exchanges to have completed within one year from this date. Please submit the application through the ESF Grant page

Full details of the application materials required and the how to submit the application are available on the
GREAT ESF Grants pages.

The single document for upload with your application should contain:
  • A short description of the proposed project work (about 1000 words) and the aim of the visit, notingthe fit of the research to the GREAT programme objectives
  • A curriculum vitae of, at most, two A4 pages
  • A letter of recommendation from someone familiar with the applicant's work. (Note: This is only required in the case that the applicant is a PhD student.)
  • A letter of acceptance from the host at the receiving institute
  • Note that the list of five publications is NOT required, please ignore the item list 3) on the ESF submission page.
In addition please note that the document that you upload should also note the expected outcomes of the visit, mentioning leads into any future work which might arise as a result of this visit. For a longer term visit, the visiting 'fellow' might for instance become involved in the scientific development of a future GREAT workshop or training school. If this is likely to be the case, please state in the application.

All proposals will be evaluated by the GREAT Steering Committee, with results being provided to the applicants by mid January 2011.