13 Feb 2019
10:00:00 - 13:00:00
How to Write a Successful Grant Application: Centre for Academic and Research Development (CARD)
University Place, Room 2.220, The University of Manchester
This workshop will help you develop your research ideas into a high quality grant application and signpost you to a network of grant support available within the Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health. It is targeted at researchers with limited experience of grant writing. By the end of the workshop you will:
- Know where to look for funding sources and have considered which funders will be a strategic fit for you and your research;
- Have considered the attributes of winning grant proposals and why many grants fail;
- Be given key tips on grant preparation including the inclusion of project plans and a well justified budget;
- Understand the external peer review process and the criteria against which your grants will be judged.
Course Fee: £50.00
For more information:
Call: +44 (0) 161 275 1365
The Centre for Academic and Researcher Development (CARD) provides development opportunities for academic and research staff, postgraduate researchers and other professionals across higher education and the NHS in partnership with Health Innovation Manchester (HInM).
The goal is to create an environment that supports staff through every stage of their career, allowing them to excel and reach their full potential.