Wed, 06/22/2022 - 12:50
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Thank you to all 153 applicants in the POLONEZ BIS 2 call.

153 scientists from 37 countries applied in the POLONEZ BIS 2 call to conduct their research projects in host institutions across Poland. The call attracted 42 (27%) proposals in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, 78 (51%) in Physical Sciences and Engineering, and 33 (22%) in Life Sciences.

The proposals will now undergo an eligibility check, after which they will be evaluated by independent international experts and reviewers. The results of the call will be known at the beginning of December 2022.

We may be contacting the Applicants during the eligibility check and at the end of each evaluation stage, so please check your mailboxes for messages from the NCN.

If you have missed the call, we encourage you to apply for POLONEZ BIS 3, scheduled to open on 15 September 2022.

The POLONEZ BIS Coordination Team is at your disposal for any questions: do not hesitate to contact us at


POLONEZ BIS is a fellowship programme co-funded by the European Commission and the National Science centre under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND grant addressed at foreign researchers who intend to pursue their research career at the Polish research institutions. POLONEZ BIS, unlike any other grant programme, combines research, fellowship in non-academic institutions and soft skill development programmes.

50 researchers from all over the world were recruited in the first round of POLONEZ BIS. The final (third) round will start on 15 September 2022 and end on 15 December 2022. The winners will move to Poland for 24 months to conduct their basic research projects in public or private institutions of their choice. The programme will ensure full-time employment for researchers and additional funds for their research projects.

Programme funding may be pursued by any researcher, regardless of nationality, research subject or discipline. Funding proposals may be submitted by researchers with a PhD degree or at least four years of full-time research experience who have lived and worked outside of Poland for at least two years before the launch of the call. The applicants submitting funding proposals together with the Polish host institutions (i.e. their future employers) are free to choose the research subject and discipline. 120 researchers will move to Poland under POLONEZ BIS.