eRaDicate will recruit 11 highly motivated and skilled PhD students as Marie Sklodowska-Curie Doctoral Candidates (DCs) to work on their individual research projects at the sites of our Beneficiaries.

The aim of eRaDicate’s training programme is to offer each DC a highly interdisciplinary research project, teach them cutting-edge research techniques, and a broad range of transferable skills. The DCs will acquire core research skills through their individual research projects and will receive training in advanced scientific skills through local PhD schools and eRaDicate-specific schools and workshops.

Recruitment will begin very soon – please watch the eRaDicate website for any updates.

The majority of the DCs is expected to start their PhD studies and work on their projects in the fall of that year.

As recruitment has not yet started, please refrain from already sending applications. Look to this space for updates on the recruitment process and when the call will be open.