The European Commission has announced results of MSCA4Ukraine


The Czech Republic is among the most popular countries and will host 17 projects!

The initiative MSCA4Ukraine is part of the EU's response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the need for action to support displaced researchers from Ukraine and enable them to continue their work in Europe. The scheme also aims to facilitate researchers' reintegration in Ukraine, when conditions permit, to rebuild the country's research and innovation capacity.

The scheme aims to help excellent scientists from Ukraine continue their work in any domain of research and innovation with excellent conditions and access to training, skills and career development opportunities.

In total 124 displaced researchers from Ukraine will continue their important work in academia, businesses, research centers and public institutions based in the EU and countries associated to Horizon Europe.

Funded researchers will be based in 21 different countries, mostly in Germany (26), the Czech Republic (17), and France (14).

The scheme will allow organisations to host these researchers for a period between eight months and two years, with most fellows awarded two-year fellowships.

More information can be found on the European Commission website.