First call for applicants launched

AUFRANDE is currently recruiting for 35 doctoral research positions as part of its highly ambitious interdisciplinary program, bringing together universities, research institutes, and non-academic institutions worldwide.

Each open position is advertised with three research project options, only one of which will be funded. Applicants are invited to choose the research project option that best suits them.

AUFRANDE researchers will benefit from high standards and excellent working conditions including international experience, access to research discipline experts, and top-level training, as well as close interactions with academic and industry leaders across the world, enhancing their career potential and employability.

The program aims to recruit 64 doctoral researchers in total.

The first call for 35 positions opened on 14 February 2023 and will close on 11 April 2023 at 11:59 PM CET.

The second call for applications is foreseen to open in November 2023.

AUFRANDE is co-funded by the European Union and committed to the MSCA’s best practices for providing sustainable training and international, interdisciplinary and inter-sectoral mobility.

AUFRANDE Announcement

AUFRANDE, the Australia France Network of Doctoral Excellence, is a five-year project co-funded by the European Commission, along with RMIT and partners, that will recruit and train 64 doctoral researchers, with a focus on generating industry-relevant research.

The recruited researchers will be mentored by experienced supervisors from academia and industry and benefit from excellent research and training conditions, including participation to annual workshops and group events.

More information here: RMIT University to lead €15.7 million Australia-France doctoral training network – RMIT University