Just curious or planning to put in an application to the Marie Curie scheme – don’t miss out….. pick a lunchtime session and get yourself booked in NOW via staff development – first session tomorrow!! Click on the links below or send them a quick email with the details of the session(s) you would like to attend
To learn more about the Marie Skłodowska Curie calls, please book NOW via staff development:
- Thursday 20th March, 12noon-2pm on Lansdowne Campus,
- Wednesday 26th March, 12noon-2pm on Talbot Campus
Thinking about other EU schemes? To learn more about Horizon 2020 as a whole, please book NOW via staff development:
If you are already developing a Marie Skłodowska Curie proposal and would like a one-to-one Dr Martin Pickard after one of the information sessions, please contact me Dianne Goodman. I only have the following 3 appointment slots left on the 20th of March at the Lansdowne Campus:
1000 – 10:45am, 14:30 – 15:15pm or 15:15 – 16:00pm
Remember the Marie Curie calls under FP7? Well, they are new and improved under Horizon 2020 and have been renamed and revised…
Dr Martin Pickard, the trainer says: “The new Marie Skłodowska Curie schemes within Horizon 2020 have considerable relaxed rules enabling even greater opportunities for participation; from individual research fellowships to medium term collaboration exchange. Presenting Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska Curie as a whole, the workshop also focuses on the opportunities for individual fellowships to highlight these opportunities and presents how to approach them to ensure a maximum chance of success (typically better than 1 in 3)”.
And don’t forget that BRAD offers a range of additional training opportunities which are very helpful to developing proposals for EU funding. These include:
- Research Bid Writing Workshop, Talbot Campus, Talbot Campus, 26th March, 9-11:30am
- Networking and Collaboration Opportunities, Talbot Campus, 2nd April, 2.30-4:30pm
Why not come along to all the available training sessions and boost your chances of being successfully funded by the European Union?