MoRE & MoRE2020
The MoRE2020 programme (Mobility for Regional Exellence) is a research mobility programme run by Region Västra Götaland which will run from 1 May 2017 until 2022. MoRE2020 is the continuation of the MoRE programme which started on the 15th of February 2014 and will run until the 14th of February 2018.
MoRE2020's second Call for Proposals is now open!
The Call will close March 15th 2018.
First Call for Proposals
On 8 December 2017, Region Västra Götaland’s Regional Development Committee awarded seven MoRE2020 grants from the programme's first Call for Proposals.
Click here for the full list of awarded proposals.
The Mobility for Regional Excellence Programme
The Mobility for Regional Excellence Programme has financed 19 research mobility projects and is currently in its final phase of completion. Follow the link below to read more about our current and past MoRE fellows, their projects and results.
Terms and conditions
The MoRE2020 Terms and Conditions can be downloaded here.
This document is published solely for communicative reasons as an indication of the terms and conditions that will apply in relation to the funding received from Region Västra Götaland, as part of the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 framework. As such, please note that the terms and conditions are subject to change and may not to be seen as a binding offer from Region Västra Götaland. A definitive version will be presented to the employing milieu of each project upon Region Västra Götaland’s approval of its MoRE 2020 application
For the full terms and conditions between Region Västra Götaland and the Research Executive Agency, please see Grant Agreement No. 754412. These terms and conditions must also be met by the granted projects, and must be upheld after the signing of the grant agreement between Region Västra Götaland and the successful applicants.
Follow MoRE2020 on Twitter
Follow MoRE2020 on Twitter @MoRE2020_VGR for updates and news.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 754412
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no. 608743