How to Write a Competitive Proposal for Horizon 2020
Venue of course:Hotel Leopold, 35 Rue du Luxembourg, Brussels
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Course Fee: This includes tuition, documentation, morning coffees and a light lunch. Participants are responsible for their own accommodation.
Overview of the Course
The aim of this half-day course is to train researchers, research managers and research support services in writing professional and competitive proposals for the Horizon 2020. The course describes the relevance of Horizon 2020 to EU policies, the common problems in proposal writing and the success criteria for proposals. The course provides tips on how to collect information, how to select strategic partners and how to avoid duplication in proposal writing. The final section describes a strategy for proposal writing.
The course will pay particular attention to writing of the 'Impact' section (B2) of Pillar II (Industrial Leadership) and Pillar III (Societal Challenges) proposals.
The course is updated regularly based on statistics published on Horizon 2020.
Target Audience: Researchers, Research Managers and Research Support Services in Universities and Research Centres
Course Presenter: Dr. Seán McCarthy www.hyperion.ie/seanmccarthy.htm
Module 1: Structure and Terminology used in Horizon 2020
Module 2: Who Wrote your Topic? (Lobby)
Module 3: How Proposal are Evaluated
Module 4: How to Write the ‘Potential Impact’ of the Proposal
Module 5: Proposal Clinics (The One Page Proposal)
Module 6: How to Streamline Proposal
Module 6: How to Streamline Proposal Writing
Designer and Presenter
The course will be presented by Dr. Sean McCarthy of Hyperion Ltd (www.hyperion.ie). Sean has been active in over 60 Framework projects. In 4 of these projects he was the 'Exploitation Manager' responsible for preparing the Plan for Use and Dissemination of Knowledge. Since 1995 over 76,000 participants have attended his courses in 29 countries. He has presented training courses on the Framework programmes in over 290 research centres throughout Europe (www.hyperion.ie/clients.htm). More details can be found on www.hyperion.ie/seanmccarthy.htm