Statistics for previous calls

Statistics for previous calls

  

The global appeal of the programme is demonstrated by the high number of applicants stemming from outside the EU. The success of the programme in strengthening incoming mobility is clearly established by the number of different nationalities of fellows and the distribution of fellows stemming from the EU and the rest of the world.

The potential candidates are clearly highly qualified, as demonstrated by the distribution of review scores. This is further emphasised by the fact, that only applicants with the best possible scores (6 and 5) are awarded fellowships. 

2014 2015  2016  2017 
Total     
  Number of eligible applications 157 183 210 173
  In-eligible (rejected) 9 22 21 15 
Male applicants  120 135 160 135
Female applicants  37 (24%) 48 (26%) 50 (24%) 38 (22%)
Number of nationalities  43 50 46  
Applicants from EU  49 80 72  
Applicants from outside EU 108 103 138  
  Review score distribution for applicants:        
   6 25 21 26  
   5 40 61 64  
   4 41 46 64  
   3 34 36 37  
   2 15 18 15  
   1 2 1 2  
Granted    
  Number of fellowships granted  20   20  18  
  Male fellows 12  17 14  
  Female fellows 7 (35%) 3 (15%)  4 (22%)  
  Number of nationalities  16  13  10  
  Fellows from EU 7 10  9  
  Fellows from outside EU  13 10 9  
  Review score distribution for granted fellowships:        
   6 13 11 13  
   5 7 9 5  
   4  -  -  -  
   3  -  -  -  
   2  -  -  -  
   1  -  -  -  

 

This project has received Funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme and Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions grant no. 609405 (FP7) and 713683 (H2020)