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European Researchers’ Night Information session

Call for proposals MSCA and Citizens

This online information session is targeted at potential applicants for the call for proposals MSCA and Citizens 2022 HORIZON-MSCA-2022-CITIZENS-01 (European Researchers’ Night).

Webstreaming link (no prior registration is necessary). 

What is the purpose of the call for proposals?

The European Researchers’ Night aims to bring research and researchers closer to the public. It is an opportunity to increase awareness of research and innovation activities by:

  • Promoting excellent research projects across Europe and beyond.
  • Raising the interest of young people in science and research careers.
  • Showcasing the impact of researchers’ work on people’s daily lives.

The European Researchers’ Night further aims at bringing researchers to schools to strengthen the connection between research and education. It will thus support school teachers in developing a scientific approach around priority areas. It will also create a learning opportunity for pupils through direct interaction with researchers.

Who can apply?

Universities, research centres, civil society organisations and other legal entities across Europe and the Associated Countries. Entities are invited to submit proposals for the organisation of events by 7 October 2021. Around €15.5 million will be available under the call.

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Practical information



European Researchers Night
European Researchers’ Night

Info Session agenda:

  • 10.00 – 10.15: Welcome:  Fredrik OLSSON HECTOR, Head of Unit, European Research Executive Agency (REA)
  • 10.15 – 10.30: Policy context: Julie LEPRETRE, Policy Officer, Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture (EAC)
  • 10.30 – 11.30: Applying for the MSCA and Citizens 2022 call:  Oscar BARREIRO, Call Coordinator, European Research Executive Agency (REA)
  • 11.30-12.00: Questions & Answers session via with event number #258125


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