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     Hola a todos,

   Como sabreis recientemente ha salido la convocatoria de becas FPU.
En dicha convocatoria el punto 27.5 indica que
"Los estudiantes extranjeros deberán estar en posesión del NIE, o del
registro de ciudadano de la Unión con anterioridad a la publicación de
la convocatoria. "

Entiendo que este requerimiento puede implicar un trato desigual a los
ciudadanos europeos, parece no contribuir a fomentar la mobilidad y
puede limitar en la práctica que estudiantes europeos vengan a hacer
un doctorado a España.

En la página web
http://ec.europa.eu/eu_law/your_rights/your_rights_forms_en.htm
se pueden reclamar posibles incumplimientos de las normativas comunitarias.
He enviado un correo electronico al respecto a [log in para visualizar]
con copia a [log in para visualizar] (direccion que se indica en la
pagina web de las becas FPU). Adjunto copia más abajo por si alguien estima
oportuno tomar iniciativas similares.

   Saludos cordiales

   Pere Colet

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   Pere Colet
   Instituto de Física Interdisciplinar y Sistemas Complejos (IFISC)
   CSIC-UIB
   Campus Universitat Illes Balears
   E-07122 Palma de Mallorca, SPAIN

   Tel: +34 971 173382                e-mail: [log in para visualizar]
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-------- Original Message --------
Subject: 	Spanish Government call for PhD fellowships
Date: 	Wed, 09 Feb 2011 15:40:22 +0100
From: 	pere <[log in para visualizar]>
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Name: Prof. Pere Colet

Address: Instituto de Física Interdisciplinar y Sistemas Complejos,
IFISC (CSIC-UIB)
Campus Universitat de les Illes Balears
E-07122 Palma de Mallorca
Spain

Ref: Call for PhD Fellowships issued by Spanish Government.



To whom it may concern,

The Spanish Ministerio de Educación issued on January 24 a call for PhD
fellowships under the
Formacion de Personal Universitario (FPU) program. The call was
published officially on
Boletin Oficial del Estado number 20, Sect. III, pags 7521-7552,
regulation number 1307 corresponding to
order EDU 61/2011 of January 20. A copy of the call is enclosed.

Article 27 (Chapter III) establishes the requirements for the
candidates. Point 27.5 reads (p. 7539):

5.  Los estudiantes extranjeros deberán estar en posesión del NIE, o del
registro de
ciudadano de la Unión con anterioridad a la publicación de la convocatoria.

That is, non Spanish citizens have either to have a Spanish Foreigner
Identification Number (NIE) or have
to be registered in the Register for UE citizens living in Spain prior
to the publication of the call.

This is confirmed in instructions for applicants available at the
official web page
http://www.educacion.es/educacion/universidades/convocatorias/titulados-doctores-profesores/fpu/convocatoria.html

item "Solicitud", sub-item "Procedimiento de solicitud y documentacion"
(pdf file also attached) where point 4.1 explicitly
indicates that European Citizens are required to have a NIE or be
registered in the Register for UE citizens living in Spain.

So, in my understanding, while Spanish citizens are not required to be
residents in Spain at
the time of the call, citizens of other EU countries can not apply for
the call except if they
are already registered as residents or has previously successfully
applied for a NIE.

I therefore respectfully would like to bring this issue to your
attention since:

a) UE citizens do not seem to be treated on equal basis as Spanish
citizens.

b) This requirement does not seems to promote mobility within the
European Union, on the contrary it
might be detrimental on that respect. In practice requirement 27.5 may
strongly limit the opportunities
for UE PhD students to apply for it.

c) It seems that UE citizens are not even given the opportunity to come
to Spain and register or to apply for a
NIE in order to be eligible candidates, since the requirement of being
registered has to be fulfilled prior to the
call itself, not prior to the call deadline or prior to starting the
fellowship.

It is important to notice that the preamble the official call explicitly
states (p. 7251, fourth paragraph):

"Cabe señalar al respecto que estas becas y contratos están enmarcadas
en al ámbito
de aplicación del Real Decreto 63/2006, de 27 de enero, por el que se
aprueba el Estatuto
del personal investigador en formación e, igualmente, en la
Recomendación de la Comisión
de las Comunidades Europeas relativa a la Carta Europea del Investigador
y al Código de
Conducta para la contratación de investigadores (EEE/2005/251/CE). En
dicho documento
se hace referencia a la formación de los investigadores en el Espacio
Europeo de
Investigación, desde el inicio de la misma como estudiantes de posgrado."

That is, this call is within the frame of the European Commission
Recommendation on hiring
researchers 2005/251 (a copy is attached). In the preamble of 2005/251,
items
(11), (12) and (14) state:
"(11) All forms of mobility should be encouraged as part of a
comprehensive human resource policy in R&D at
national, regional and institutional level.
(12) The value of all forms of mobility needs to be fully
recognised in the career appraisal and career
advancement systems for researchers, thus guaranteeing
that such an experience is conducive to their professional
development."

"(14) Funders or employers of researchers in their role as
recruiters should be responsible for providing researchers
with open, transparent and internationally comparable
selection and recruitment procedures."

Apparently, requirement 27.5 of the FPU call does not seem to reconcile
with the
above indicated points.

A copy of this e-mail is being sent to the Ministerio de Educacion
e-mail address for FPU applicants
([log in para visualizar])

Sincerely,

Pere Colet

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    Pere Colet
    Instituto de Física Interdisciplinar y Sistemas Complejos (IFISC)
    CSIC-UIB
    Campus Universitat Illes Balears
    E-07122 Palma de Mallorca, SPAIN

    Tel: +34 971 173382                e-mail: [log in para visualizar]
    Fax: +34 971 173248                http://ifisc.uib-csic.es
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