Rubicon Grant Writing Training
|Course type:||Workshops, with assignments|
|Audience:||PhD students who are close to PhD defense or Postdocs who have recently defended their thesis. You have four dedicated parts of your proposal ready before entering the course. Ideally, you have already participated in two grant writing workshops before you enter this one (but this is not required).|
The third course in a four-part series on grant writing for PhD students. All parts can be taken separately as well.
Rubicon grant writing A is a one-day workshop that logically follows the first two grant writing classes:
and is followed up by:
The training targets PhD students and postdocs who aim to submit a Rubicon grant proposal to NWO (or any other grant proposal that is similar to Rubicon and represents your first personal career grant as a PhD) and provides them with information on 4 important aspects of the grant proposal: the summary, the host section, the CV section, and the Knowledge Exchange and Impact paragraph. It furthermore informs participants about how the selection and shortlisting of candidates works, and provides other useful information and advice. There will also be plenty of time to ask questions about issues encountered while writing a first draft of the proposal. Trainers will not provide feedback on individual proposals.
Six days prior to the training you need to submit one PowerPoint slide that summarizes your most important aims for the Rubicon application. In addition, you need to submit the Summary of your proposal, your CV, Host Institute paragraph and Knowledge exchange paragraph, all in the Rubicon format, as well as 3 possible titles for your proposal.
|Date and time:||
Thursday 6 February 2020, 9:00-17:00
|Registration:||Register here for this course|
*PhD Scholarship students who cannot cover the costs with their PhD training budget can request a reduction in course costs. Please indicate if this applies to you in the registration form and we will contact you with more information.
|Location:||To be announced|
Keywords: Grant review process, grant proposal, scientific summary, proposal content and format, CV requirements, Knowledge Utilization/Exchange
|Responsible Organisation:||Groningen Graduate Schools|
|Last modified:||13 December 2019 11.14 a.m.|