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CERN School of Computing 2004 28 August- 11 September 2004 in Vico Equense, Italy

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Conditions for participants to be eligible for EU-FP6 Marie Curie Grants

Grants are reserved to participants with less than 10 years of experience. Subject to certain conditions (see below) the attendance of participant with more than 10 years of experience may also be supported.

Educational conditions The participants must have (at the time of the school) a degree that entitles him or her to embark in doctoral studies (1).
Experience conditions The participant must have (at the time of the school) less  than 10 years of experience after obtaining the degree that  allows him or her to embark on doctoral studies.

There is one exception to this rule: if the student is a national of a EU Member State or of an EU Associated  State and is working abroad (that is  working outside a EU Member  State or an Associate  State at the time of the school)
Nationality, country of living/working conditions There are NO conditions of nationality, country of living or working for participants to be eligible

(1): In the country in which the diploma was obtained


The conditions for participants to be eligible are summarized in the following flow chart


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