Doctoral candidates are increasingly being asked to be internationally, intersectorally, and interdisciplinarily mobile. Structured mobility programmes have been developed at institutions to help train and support doctoral candidates to become skilled in such 'triple I' mobility. One such structured mobility programme is the Innovative Training Networks (ITNs) of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) in the Horizon 2020 framework.

 

International mobility refers to the moving of researchers from one country to another. Such relocation can be short-term or long-term. Intersectoral mobility refers to the moving of researchers from one employment sector to another. The direction is often from academia to the public or private but can be vice versa and can be temporary in nature. Interdisciplinary mobility refers to the moving of researchers from one research discipline to another or the collaboration of researchers from different research disciplines.

 

This survey is aimed at PhD holders who have successfully completed an MSCA ITN doctoral programme  which incorporated a form of structured mobility in the programme.

 

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