Beginners Guide to Grant Writing
|Course type:||interactive lecture|
|Audience:||1st / 2nd year PhD students|
Part One of a four-part series on Grant writing for PhD students
If you want to continue in science after your PhD, sooner or later you will likely compete in calls for personal grants and program grants. First-stage personal grants provide you with an opportunity to do research in another country and another research team. To be truly competitive in these calls, you should have a strong CV and a fantastic plan to work on, and have initiated contacts with the professor you would like to work with. All these requirements cannot be met if you start working on them only after handing in your PhD thesis manuscript.
The interactive lecture “Beginner’s guide to grant writing” will deal with the career ladder in academia, what grants are about, what grant agencies are and what they want, what a strong CV for your personal grant entails, and when to start with what. There will be ample time for you to ask those questions you always wanted to ask but just didn’t get to until now.
Instructor: Prof. Ingrid Molema
Beginners Guide to Grant Writing is Part one of a four-part series on Grant writing. The follow-up courses are:
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|Location:||see Gopher website|
Keywords: grant, grant agencies, academic career.
|Responsible Organisation:||GOPHER and the Groningen Graduate Schools|
|Last modified:||31 January 2018 1.15 p.m.|