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Call for Mentoring Scheme Award applications

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EURAMET announces the launch of the call for Mentoring Scheme Award (MSA) applications.

The aim of the MSA is to provide a platform for up to 6 people from two different metrological organisations, in different countries, to form a collaboration and work on a relevant topic, such as technical, managerial, comparisons and traceability.

The scheme will provide funding for travel, accommodation, and subsistence for between 2 and 6 weeks that are not necessarily consecutive. This will enable people from National Metrology Institutes or a Designated Institute, from a EURAMET member or associate country, to spend time in a different country from their employer.

Further information and how to submit an application >>  

Questions? Please contact the EURAMET Management Support Unit


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