Grants Factory: Essential Elements of a Successful Application
7 February 2017
24 February 2017
Medway: Venue TBC
We're just about half way through the 2016/17 programme, and will be rerunning the 'Essential Elements' session at the Medway Campus. Everyone's research is different, but successful funding proposals share a number of common elements. Mastering these is essential if your application is going to get the consideration it deserves, no matter how good your underlying research idea is. This session will look at these, and will provide insights into how to get them right.
The session will be led by Mick Tuite, Professor of Molecular Biology in the School of Biosciences. Using real life examples, he will share their experience and knowledge, and you should come away from the session with the basic tools for constructing a successful proposal. To get a sense of what will be covered, have a look at notes from previous sessions here and here.
The event is free and open to all, and lunch will be provided. However, places are limited, and it is always well attended, so do let Phil Ward know if you would like to come.