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This workshop considers where to apply for research funding, what makes a successful grant application, the role of peer review and the importance of developing a broad communication strategy to promote your research as widely as possible.

Objectives:

This workshop will enable participants to understand:

  • Why funders give grants.

  • Who decides, how they decide, and how you should exploit the process.

  • What a grant application must communicate.

  • How to make a grant application quick to read and easy to remember.

  • How to make a grant application easy to reconstruct.

  • How to construct a convincing grant application.

  • What to do if your application is rejected.


Date:
Thursday, February 1, 2018
Time:
9:30am - 4:30pm
Location:
Presenter:
Andrew Derrington
Type:
Workshop - For Staff only
Categories:
50th Anniversary Lectureships, Principal Investigator, Researchers

Non-attendance