Writing a grant proposal always starts with a unique, worthwhile and feasible idea. Once you have this idea worked out in your head, you can start writing your grant narrative. To get it funded you need to communicate your vision convincingly. This course creates a better understanding of the genre of grant writing - which is for a big part about looking into the future – and focusses on structure and style. It helps you choose the language to which readers can connect and which provides the strongest possible arguments to grant the money to you. You will step into the shoes of panel members who are not necessarily experts in the applicant’s field, and receive feedback from fellow students as well as trainers.
Structure and Style is Part 3 of a four part series on grant writing for PhD students: