IF-GF: Is it true that in order for MIT to accept a Fellow, the sending institution must agree to the terms and conditions of MIT’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Visitor Agreement (MCVA)?

The Research Executive Agency of the European Commission is aware of and agrees on the conditions set in the MIT’s MarieSkłodowska-Curie Visitor Agreement (MCVA) listed in the document "External Guidance on Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowships" published in the MIT website. Therefore, if a proposal involving MIT is selected for funding, art 30.3 is removed from the Grant Agreement. The removal of art 30.3 is requested by the beneficiary during the Grant Agreement Preparation phase. Please note that the MCVA terms must be in compliance with the beneficiary obligations laid down in the Grant Agreement. In addition, in the event of any conflict arising between the terms of the Grant Agreement (signed between the REA and the beneficiary) and those of the MCVA, the terms of Grant Agreement shall prevail.