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Strategic networking: The keys to building a strong network for your Marie Curie-Doctoral Network (MSCA-DN) application:
If you plan to coordinate an MSCA action, we strongly recommend initiating the grant writing process by strategically building your doctoral network well in advance of the deadline, ideally around 6 months or longer beforehand. To shape a network of partners tailored for your project’s aim and topics of research is essential.
Introduction to the Marie Curie Doctoral Networks (MSCA-DN) programme: Unlocking opportunities for ambitious collaborative interdisciplinary projects
Are you a research leader eager to develop ambitious collaborative interdisciplinary projects? The Marie Skłodowska Curie Doctoral Networks call offers an exceptional opportunity to shape the future of research while training the next generation of researchers. In this blogpost, we will provide an overview of the most important aspects of the programme, offering insights and guidelines to help you navigate the proposal preparation process for the MSCA-DN call.
Scientific writing is a step-by-step process that should be approached systematically. It is important to start by planning, then develop a structure, and finally refine the language. We also suggest to iteratively revise your work at every step. Mixing the steps does not save time, instead it leads to more mistakes that are then more difficult to fix and time-consuming.