Umobility
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Fostering researcher mobility. Universidad de Málaga.

How to participate?

The U-MOBILITY programme is set in motion with a public call to finance up to 12 post-doctoral work contracts to carry out a research project that will take place in two phases: ...
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Deadlines

Deadline for proposals: September 15th to November 14th, 2011. The list of admitted and excluded applicants shall be published within 10 working days after the close of ...
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Requirements

Researchers who meet the following requirements on the closing date of the call may participate in the call:   Be in possession of a doctoral degree, or accreditation ...
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Documentation

The proposal must be submitted on paper before an official registry and in a pdf format via email. The following documents are to help you prepare the proposal. These documents ...
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Comision Europea

 

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 246550 and from the Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad under project COFUND2013-40259.


What is U-MOBILITY?

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U-MOBILITY is a post-doctoral mobility programme created by the University of Malaga to promote the professional development of researchers through the development of a research project in the context of international mobility. This is done in collaboration with a researcher from the University of Malaga and a researcher at a research organisation outside of Spain.

This programme is co-funded by the University of Malaga and the European Union through Marie Curie Action "Co-funding of Regional, National and International Programmes (COFUND)", 7th Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development

 

 

Why U-MOBILITY?

The first years after obtaining a doctoral degree are crucial in the professional development of a researcher. The continuing of a research career is an important decision that entails extending professional contacts and acquiring new abilities to move towards a more independent scientific position. This in the medium to long term builds a solid curriculum and improves job prospects in the medium to long term.

 

In this context, international mobility is one of the best options for continuing a researcher's professional development.

 

Therefore, the University of Malaga wants to support researchers who are in this situation through the University's own researchers mobility programme: U-MOBILITY.

 

In addition, this programme will increase the visibility of our research and, at the same time, promote international collaboration, knowledge sharing, and networking.