EU to fund training abroad for 1800 PhD candidates

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European Union (EU) Commissioner for Culture Tibor Navracsics speaks during a news conference on the European Solidarity Corps post 2020, in Brussels, Belgium, 11 June 2018. The European Solidarity Corps deploys volunteers to third world countries where they support humanitarian aid projects and help communities to cope in the aftermath of disasters, but also to build their resilience. The EU Commission reportedly plans to double the funding for the European Solidarity Corps in the next financing period to 1.26 billion euro.

EU to fund training abroad for 1800 PhD candidates


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The European Commission has announced that it will support 128 Innovative Training Networks, involving 1389 organisations in 56 countries, under its Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Programme.
“Promising PhD candidates will gain experience in different working environments while developing transferable skills that are highly appreciated by employers”, said Tibor Navracsics, Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport.
The selected projects cover a variety of research areas such as engineering and communication, environment, health and paleontology.

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