Gain competence in developing and writing a successful research proposal with Grant Writing.
27.02.2020 | 09:30 - 16:30
Dr. Anne Hamker
Doctoral researchers with no or little experience in writing research proposals
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Writing a successful research proposal requires strong research skills, content knowledge, writing proficiency, and organizational ability. The workshop Grant Writing provides doctoral candidates with the background, skills, and key steps necessary to develop a competitive funding proposal. Developing a strong research idea and considering funding resources is as important as understanding the elements of a proposal package. By writing and reviewing typical grant components, participants learn how to outline a grant proposal start to finish.
Note for participants: Please think about a possible topic for a research application (now or in the future), bring your current or past proposal (if you have such) and do not forget to take along your Laptop.
0,5 Credit Points can be obtained by attending this course. Please contact your faculty for the recognition of performance for the doctoral degree.
- Dr. Anne Hamker
Trainer and lecturer in higher education at various universities and research institutes | strong research and teaching background in the humanities as well as in natural sciences (biology/neuroscience) | Doctorate in Art History | Study of Fine Arts / Visual Communication and German Studies