How to write a research grant proposal

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Webinar Series

You need money for your research project and you don’t know how to get it? Creating a winning grant proposal is no rocket science. Learn in six engaging and easy-to-follow live online webinars (à 60 min) the essential steps for writing a successful grant proposal for national or international research funding.

Target group: PhD students and postdocs from all academic disciplines

Dates: 03 / 04 / 05 July 2024 two webinars per day

Duration: 6 live online webinars (à 60 min) on 3 days (see indicated dates)

Completion time: 6 hours

Time:
03 July 2024 from 12.00 pm – 1.00 pm CET: Webinar 1
03 July 2024 from   2.00 pm – 3.00 pm CET: Webinar 2
04 July 2024 from 12.00 pm – 1.00 pm CET: Webinar 3
04 July 2024 from   2.00 pm – 3.00 pm CET: Webinar 4
05 July 2024 from 12.00 pm – 1.00 pm CET: Webinar 5
05 July 2024 from   2.00 pm – 3.00 pm CET: Webinar 6

Language: English

Prior knowledge: None

Level: Introduction to grant writing for research projects

Number of participants: max. 30

Registration: until 02 July 2024

Certificate: Certificate of participation

Speakers: Reinhard Klein-Arendt, PhD and Birte Kathage, PhD

 

Beschreibung

How to write and nail a research grant proposal and get money for your research project

You need money for your research project and you don’t know how to get it? Creating a winning grant proposal is no rocket science.
Here is your way to obtain funding:
Learn in six engaging and easy-to-follow live online webinars (à 60 min) the essential steps for writing a successful grant proposal for national or international research funding.
You will have the opportunity to engage with the speakers in real-time conversations to ask questions and get answers quickly.

The webinars take place consecutively and build on one another: You can dig into the topic, examine examples and gain practical insights on how to write a winning research grant proposal.
Handouts are available without extra costs.

What the webinar offers you:

  • Webinar 1
    Grant writing: important principles.
    Get to know the five most important principles of grant writing.
  • Webinar 2
    The starting point: state the research gap.
    Get to know why the statement of the research gap is the starting point for writing a grant proposal.
  • Webinar 3
    The filling of the research gap: state the overall objective of your project.
    Get to know why the overall objective is the most important point of your grant proposal and how to write it in a convincing way.
  • Webinar 4
    Steps for achieving the overall objective: identify the specific objectives.
    Get to know how to decompose the overall objective into specific objectives and how this simplifies not only the preparation of the work plan but also of the budget.
  • Webinar 5
    Funding agencies: meet their expectations.
    Get to know the expectations of funding agencies and how to meet them.
  • Webinar 6
    Budget: just a few rules, but a sensitive topic.
    Get to know that designing the budget is by far not as complex as you think – but still needs some care.

What is a webinar series?
A webinar series consists of a set of live online webinars that take place consecutively.
They provide the great opportunity to engage in real-time conversations with the speakers to ask questions and get answers quickly.
As they build on one another: You can dig into the topic, examine examples and gain practical insights on how to write a winning research grant proposal.

  • Learn in an entertaining and simple way
  • Ask question and get answers quickly
  • Get handouts without extra costs
  • Gain practical insights
  • Discover grant writing techniques that you can immediately apply to your own proposal

Suitable for all academic disciplines.

Who can participate?
Early career researchers, PhD students and postdocs from all academic disciplines can participate.

What is the number of participants?
To guarantee an engaging, interactive webinar, the maximum number of participants is 30. proWiss-webinars are not just pure presentations. We want to leave enough room for interaction and dialogue with you and respond to your questions and needs as well as possible.

Where does the webinar series take place?
The webinar series takes place on the video-conference platform Zoom.
You will receive the log-in details (access data) after your registration and payment.

What are the requirements to participate?
To participate, you need access to the video-conference platform Zoom. You will receive the log-in details and necessary information after your registration and payment.
To be able to follow the webinar, you will also need loudspeakers or a headset. A webcam is usually not necessary. Be sure to check your technology in advance (see Guideline for entering and using Zoom).

When does the webinar series take place?
The 6 webinars take place live on the respective dates: Please mind that the times for the start and end of the webinars are indicated for the CET (Central European Time) zone. Therefore, please check and observe the respective time for your time zone.

How do the webinars work?
After a short welcome and introduction, the webinar topic will be explained in detail and illustrated with easy-to-understand examples and interactive elements. During the presentations, questions can be asked in the chat, which will then be answered in the subsequent Q&A session.

Do I get a certificate?
After completion, a certificate of participation can be issued to persons who have participated in the entire webinar series (i.e. all 6 webinars).

Will the webinars be recorded?
For data protection reasons, the webinars will not be recorded.

What does the webinar series cost?
The fee for the webinar series (consisting of 6 webinars á 60 min) is 99.90 € (incl. VAT).

What can I do if I need more support?

proWiss also offers individual grant proposal consulting. This includes, e.g., the following points

  • Matching of the grant proposal text with the guidelines of the funding organization
  • Text check and suggestions for correction with regard to formal errors
  • Text check and suggestions for improvement with regard to coherence of content and clarity of language
  • Assistance in
    • highlighting the central research idea, the innovative potential and importance (urgency) of the proposed project
    • developing the proposal sections required by the funding organisation, including budget plan, work plan and schedule
  • Possibility of consultation via Zoom or Skype

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