IAEA Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship Programme (MSCFP)

We are pleased to inform you of IAEA Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship Programme (MSCFP):

The IAEA Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship Programme (MSCFP) was launched in 2020 by the IAEA Director General with the goal of increasing the number of women in the nuclear field.

The MSCFP aims to inspire and encourage women to pursue careers in nuclear-related fields by offering highly motivated female students scholarships for master’s programmes. Additionally, the programme provides opportunities for internships facilitated by the IAEA, helping to bridge the gap between education and professional employment in the nuclear sector. Application Call will open mid-July 2024.

Scholarship Details                                                              

  • Funding: Selected students receive up to €20,000 for tuition costs and up to €20,000 for living costs for their master’s programme. The total amount varies depending on programme duration, tuition costs, and the location of studies.
  • Internships: Upon completing their master’s programmes, students can undertake internships facilitated by the IAEA. These internships, lasting up to 12 months, come with a stipend and may take place at the IAEA or within nuclear organizations in both the public and private sectors.

Selection Criteria

The selection process takes into account:

  • Geographic diversity
  • Field of study diversity
  • Eligibility requirements and other criteria

Opportunities and Networking

MSCFP recipients benefit from various educational, professional, and networking opportunities, including participation in relevant events. Additionally, they join the programme’s LinkedIn Student and Alumni Group, which serves as a platform for knowledge exchange, peer connection, and information on technical events and career opportunities.

Programme Impact

Since its inception, MSCFP has:

  • Received 2271 applications
  • Selected 560 students from 121 nationalities studying in 72 countries
  • Seen 201 students complete their master’s programmes by March 2024

Out of the graduates, 110 have secured internships facilitated by the IAEA across its departments and labs (Seibersdorf and Monaco), IAEA Collaborating Centres, and other nuclear organizations. These internships align with the students’ specializations in areas such as nuclear energy, science and applications, non-proliferation, safety and security, and law. Other graduates have pursued PhD studies or found employment in their field.

The MSCFP is expected to expand each year, providing more women the opportunity to pursue advanced education and careers in nuclear-related fields. This growth aligns with the IAEA’s commitment to fostering gender diversity and inclusion in the scientific and technological workforce.

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