So, I am wondering about one thing, after you completed the fellowship, do you just declare in your CV that you have been an MSCA fellow? This question struck me because I remember when I received the news that I got the fellowship, the acceptance is addressed to the host university and my name is nowhere near the acceptance email or documents.
Also, related question: if you decide to terminate early because you have completed almost all your tasks early, let's say 3 or 4 months earlier than anticipated time, will you still be able to declare that you are an MSCA fellow?
MSCA alumni who are probably here, I hope you guys could share some insights.
How do you prove that you have completed the MSCA Individual Fellowship? Especially when you terminate early
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Re: How do you prove that you have completed the MSCA Individual Fellowship? Especially when you terminate early
The grant agreement is the official document proving you were a fellow. You also have an employment contract with the host institution.