SUPPORT OF RESEARCH ACTIVITIES AND INTERNATIONALISATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WARSAW
Transforming the University of Warsaw into an internationally recognised research university is one of the strategic objectives of this institution.
Therefore, on 1 February 2017 a new model of allocating subsidies from central funds was introduced. They are divided into three categories:
- SUBSIDIES FOR INCREASING THE CAPACITY TO OBTAIN PRESTIGIOUS INTERNATIONAL GRANTS
- SUBSIDIES FOR RESEARCH CONDUCTED BY UNITS OPERATING WITHIN THE UNIVERSITY OF WARSAW
- GRANT FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE „MICROGRANT” FOR COOPERATION BETWEEN UW AND MUW
- 4EU ALLIANCE – TRAVEL SUBSIDY FOR PARTICIPATION IN WORKSHOPS ON FLAGSHIP PROJECTS OR IN THEMATIC PROJECT SEMINARS
- Applications for all types of subsidies will be accepted on an ongoing basis at the Office of the Vice Rector for Research, email address: email@example.com
- Information about awarded funds will be posted twice a year (in June and December) on the website of the Research Administration Office (http://bob.uw.edu.pl/).
- Funds awarded as part of designated subsidies must be accounted for (substantive settlements are to be accompanied by a list of expenditure signed by the Bursar’s plenipotentiary at the Faculty/in the Unit within 30 days of project completion).
Office of Human Resources (BSP) has prepared the Employment handbook – a guide to employment at the University of Warsaw describing i.a. the rules of recruitment process, employment, remuneration and many other issues, useful for both a job candidate and an employee, at various stages of his career at the University of Warsaw.
We invite you to read and use the Employment handbook – available on the website of Office of Human Resources (English version) http://en.bsp.adm.uw.edu.pl/employment-handbook/.
Polish National Contact Point for Research Programmes of the EU is delighted to present you with the first issue of a Bulletin.
The idea behind this publication is to provide the most important information concerning the developments in the research and innovation community in Poland. We especially would like to focus on any events and successes connected with Polish Participation in Horizon 2020 Framework Programme.
The first issue of the Bulletin contains an interview with Polish Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education, who provides some insight on the potential of the Polish scientific community. We also touch upon the issue of programmes open to foreign scientists.
We would like to invite you to read the first issue of our Bulletin, which is available via this Link.
The Bulletin will be issued every couple of months.
If you would like to receive the next issues of the Bulletin, we kindly invite you to register via the following address Link.
We kindly encourage you to visit our English language Internet Portal, where you can find more
MARIE SKŁODOWSKA-CURIE ACTIONS
- Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions – Individual Fellowships at the University of Warsaw – expression of interest 2018
- H2020 MSCA IF at University of Warsaw_TUTORS’ DATABASE
Please consider that this is an UNOFFICIAL document prepared by the EU-funded Project “Net4Mobility” (Grant No.: 640603) of National Contact Points (NCP) for the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA).
The information contained in this document and any others transmitted or attached to the same is intended to assist and support, in an unofficial and easy-&-practical way, the researchers interested in submitting a Proposal for the Individual Fellowships (IF) Call with Deadline on 14/09/2017. It is therefore NOT a substitute of European Commission Documents, which in all cases must be considered as official and prevailing.
- General advice and information:
Official Guide for applicants by the European Commission: http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/data/ref/h2020/other/guides_for_applicants/h2020-guide-appl-msca-if_en.pdf
MSCA website – DG Research and Innovation: http://ec.europa.eu/research/mariecurieactions/about-msca/actions/if/index_en.htm
H2020 Participant Portal and the submission system: http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/h2020/topics/msca-if-2017.html
NATIONAL SCIENCE CENTRE
NCN is a government agency, supervised by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, set up in 2011 to support basic research in Poland.
The National Science Centre supports basic research by funding research projects carried out by individual researchers and research teams, both on the domestic and international level, as well as doctoral fellowships and post-doctoral internships. NCN announces calls for proposals four times a year. The NCN grantee must be employed at a Polish host institution. Additional conditions applicable to each call are set forth by the Council of the NCN.
See the short description of NCN funding schemes by clicking one of the links below:
- OPUS: general grants
- PRELUDIUM: pre-doctoral grants
- SONATA: PhD holder grants
- SONATA BIS: PhD holder grants
- HARMONIA: international research projects
- MAESTRO: advanced grants
- SYMFONIA: interdisciplinary grants
- ETIUDA: doctoral scholarship
- FUGA: post-doctoral internships
- TANGO: proof-of-concept type grants
- POLONEZ: fellowship programme
THE NATIONAL CENTRE FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
The National Centre for Research and Development is the implementing agency of the Minister of Science and Higher Education. It was appointed in the summer 2007 as an entity in charge of the performance of the tasks within the area of national science, science and technology and innovation policies. When it was founded, it was the first entity of this type, created as the platform of an effective dialogue between the scientific and business communities.
Currently, it operates under the Act on National Centre for Research and Development dated 30 April 2010 (Journal of Laws from 2010, No. 96 item 616). The science reform adopted in the autumn 2010 gave the Centre more freedom to manage its financial assets, within the scope of a strategic research programme.
In addition, the National Centre for Research and Development extended its activity with new initiatives and possibilities on 1 September 2011. Assigned by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education the function of the Mediation Institution in three operational programmes: Human Capital, Innovative Economy and Infrastructure and Environment, the Centre became one of the greatest innovation centres in Poland.
The activity of the Centre is funded by the national treasury and the European Union