Through this call, the MESC+ Consortium can award EMJMD grants up to 3 visting scholars/lecturers:

  • 3 who will take part in the activities of MESC18 between September 2023 and September 2024.

The applications must be submitted for the 30th of June 2023 at the latest

Scholars Objectives

Collaborative research work with MESC+ laboratories

Give seminars and/or lectures to MESC+ students

Advice students on professional scientific career

Application process

In order to understand your background and what you intend to achieve within the MESC+ programme, we kindly ask you to send to Christian Masquelier ( and Jamila Tamimy ( the application form duly completed and signed along with the required documents listed below:



  • Copy of passport
  • CV in extended format
  • List of publication
  • Certificate of current employment
  • Copy of last diploma





  • Indicating the proposed work to be done within MESC+
  • Select one or several Scholars objectives
  • Preferred location among MESC+ partners
  • Duration and planned dates of participation
  • If applicable, your main contact within the MESC+ Consortium





  • One recommendation letter






To be filled and saved in PDF format




The selected scholars receive an Erasmus Mundus funding for the activities they carry out for MESC+.

The amount of this funding is fixed to 1000€ per week, i.e. 200€ per day.

The Consortium favours on-site activities, however, in the health context of COVID-19, online activities are eligible.

The funding rules are as follows:

  • On-site activities : The instalment of the scholar grant of 1.000 € per week is made in two steps:

    - 50% of the grant will be given upon proof of beginning of the activities at the host institution
    - 50% of the remaining scholarship upon receipt of the Scholar Activity Report
  • Online activities : The amount of the grant is defined on the basis of participation in activities (lectures given, evaluation and grading of Master Thesis, etc)


Scholars selected after the call

MESC 17 & 18

  • Conder Kazimierz, from Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland : for 2 weeks from 28th of November 2022 until 9th of December 2022, in WUT Warsaw, Poland
  • Moulay Sougrati, from Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier, France : for 2 weeks from 30th of January 2023 to 5th of February 2023 in CIC Energigune, Spain
  • Milica Vujkovic, from University of Belgrade, Serbia: for 2 weeks from 5th of December 2022 to 16th December 2022, in UL Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Jean-Noël Chotard, from Université de Picardie Jules Verne / LRCS, France : for 2 weeks from 15th of January until 30th of January 2023 in University of Deakin, Burwood, Australia. 

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