Skip to main content
European Research Executive Agency
© European Union, 2024 ; image source:
Nobel Laureate Dr. Anne L’Huillier

“The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions were crucial at the beginning of my career in Sweden”

Under Horizon Europe’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA), the European Commission funds research and innovation projects to boost top researchers’ careers through mobility and innovative doctoral and postdoctoral training. Find out more in this video and factsheets, as well as the MSCA Work Programme:

Following feedback from various stakeholders, there are a number of changes to the MSCA under Horizon Europe (2021-2027), compared to the previous programme Horizon 2020 (2014-2020). Please consult this page to discover the differences.

Should you be interested in ERA Fellowships, which build on the MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships 2023 action, please consult our Widening participation and spreading excellence webpage.

Funding opportunities

The next MSCA4Ukraine call is expected to open in August 2024

Apply for funding

Information on eligibility for MSCA fellowships and project funding

Overview of the application process, guidance and templates

What you should comply with when applying for funding and implementing your project

How to manage your project / fellowship


  • News article

The EU-funded project ECORISK2050 set out to tackle the daunting task of future environmental risk management of chemicals in the face of global climate change.

  • 1 min read



  • General publications
  • European Research Executive Agency

Developing talents, advancing research : new study demonstrates the innovative dimension of MSCA doctoral programmes

  • General publications
  • European Research Executive Agency

After their fellowship, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) fellows are requested to complete two short surveys covering various issues including their integration within the host institution and the impact of the fellowship on their skills development, career and employability.