Junta de Andalucía

Agencia Andaluza del Conocimiento

Becas Talentia

 

Melbourne
Ashridge-Business-School
Kings
Queensland
University of Berkeley
CEIBS
LBS
University of Sidney
UNIGE
Purdue
NYFA
ESMT
HEC PARÍS
ISB
HKUST

About us

The Andalucía Talent Hub Fellowship Calls (2) will give the opportunity to 50 experienced researchers to carry out their research with complete independence in their chosen destination. Participants will be able to freely choose their host institution both internationally and among the agents of the Andalusian Knowledge System aggregated in Campus of International Excellence based in Andalusia.

Our institution participates in the EU 7th Framework Programme via the Marie Curie Action, “Co-funding of Regional, National and International Programmes” to stimulate research activities without mobility restrictions, co-financed by the Junta de Andalucía and the European Commission.

The Andalusian Knowledge Agency (AAC) is part of The Regional Ministry of Economy, Innovation, Science and Employment

50 excellent candidates will be selected through two open calls (30 in the first call and 20 in the second) in a merit-based competition founded on international peer review. They will be offered a competitive economic incentive and excellent working conditions for two years.

Campus of International Excellence based in Andalusia: Andalucía Tech, CEIBiotic, CEIMar, ceiA3 and CEI CamBio.

The Rules and Regulations of the ATH Fellowship

PROJECT ACRONYM: ANDALUCÍA TALENT HUB 291780

FULL TITLE: ANDALUCÍA TALENT HUB FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM

"This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 291780"

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