The mobility grants are intended for those, who would like to improve their knowledge, skills and competitiveness for career opportunities in the following nuclear fields:
- Nuclear engineering and safety
- Waste management and geological disposal
- Radiation protection
- Medical applications
In particular, the following groups of learners are eligible to receive mobility grants:
- BSc. students interested in pursuing a master education and/or a career in the nuclear fields.
- MSc. students in nuclear interested in extracurricular experience and/or academic exchange such as EMSNE.
- PhD. students and Post-docs in nuclear interested in academic and research exchange, access to research infrastructures and cooperation with EURATOM research projects.
- Professionals, interested in changing their careers to nuclear and/or building up their life-long learning on nuclear topics.
All mobility actions must be transnational and completed before December 31st, 2020 (the end of the ENEN+ project). The applicants of the mobility actions may be:
- Citizens of any EU member country willing to travel abroad (to another EU country or anywhere else)
- Citizens of countries, which are not members of EU, pursuing studies in an EU member country and having an already established relation with the receiving institution.
The ENEN+ mobility call is online, to be officially open on March 1, http://plus.enen.eu/call-for-mobility-grants/
The basic rules (mobility manual) can be found at http://plus.enen.eu/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/ENEN-PLUS-Mobility-Manual-v1-Feb-6-2018.pdf