For a successful grant application, a combination of thorough research, an excellent proposal and a well-matched funding source is needed. Meticulous preparation of the application is key to its success.
This information session by Dr Nele Nivelle (Research Coordination Office) focusses on the orientation and planning of the researcher in the funding landscape, the development of intelligent application strategies, as well as on the dos and don’ts of proposal writing, selecting the right funding channels (FWO and BOF fellowships, mobility funding, Marie Sklodovska Curie fellowships, ERC funding, ...) and tailoring the proposal to the selected funding.
- The information session is open to both PhD students and postdocs. It is most useful for people who are already (thinking of) writing their own research proposals (i.e., PhD students in the second half of their PhD).
- September 12, 2019 - 10:30-12:00
- auditorium A101, building D, campus Diepenbeek
- Registration is closed.
- Please cancel your registration at least one week in advance in case you can't make it (cf. cancellation & no-show policy).
- DS BSH: category 'research management & communication skills' - workshop on general research skills
- DS MLS: not acknowledged by the DS
- DS ST: category 'research management' - one info session on writing a successful project proposal