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I recently found out about the University of Oslo Scientia fellowship program. The program seems to have (at least some of) its funding from the Marie Skłodowska Curie foundation and it says here that fellows have a "Marie Skłodowska-Curie status – a quality stamp for your CV".

My questions:

  1. Is this program similar (in terms of its standing) to the Marie Curie individual fellowship?

  2. Are applications evaluated along with other (Marie Curie) applications or only the Scientia ones are evaluated (perhaps then it has a lower competition rate?)

  3. The above link says 2019-2024...would that mean that a new fellow in 2022 would only have two years of funding?

Related questions: Why is the Marie Curie Individual Fellowship only for 'experienced researchers'?

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