Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks (ITN) – collaborative projects lead by a coordinating institution to train creative, entrepreneurial and innovative researchers through initial and doctoral training of early-stage researchers. Projects typically involve a partnership (consortium) of universities, research institutions, businesses, SMEs and other organisations from across Europe (and beyond) who deliver a training programme (including secondment experiences) within a collaborative research programme. The two types of ITN relevant to Oxford are the European Training Network (ETN) requiring a minimum of at least three institutions in at least three European countries, and the European Industrial Doctorate (EID) requiring a minimum of one University and one non-academic partner from different European countries.
Full details are available on the call information page.
Details can also be found on the University of Oxford's Gateway to Europe pages (behind SSO).
Duration: Awards will be 48 months with Early Stage Researcher Fellowships as part of the ITN at a maximum of 36 months.
Funder deadline: 10th January 2017
Internal deadline: 5th January 2017
Law Faculty deadline for first draft review: 16th December 2016
Law Faculty deadline for initial expression of interest: 5th December 2016
Call opening date: 15th September 2016