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Research Funding - Level 2: How to Write a Good Research Bid - Sciences
Domain: C3 Finance, funding and resources

Format of Workshop: Information and Discussion
Suitable for: Late stage researchers


Obtaining research funding is a vital part of developing a research career. The Cardiff Researcher Programme and the Doctoral Academy are offering two courses to meet the needs of researchers depending on their experience of grant funding applications and individual future plans. It is recommended that researchers consider carefully which is appropriate for their needs. An Introductory Level 1 workshop is available. To request a place on this session please complete the suitably to attend questionnaire

Level 2: How to Write a Good Research Bid

This intensive workshop aims to raise participant awareness of what funders look for in a good research grant application and is targeted at specific disciplines. Aimed at research staff who have only a limited experience of grant writing (for example may have contributed to other’s grant applications or written small grants), but suitable students will be considered. Content will cover:
* how research funders work/make decisions – process and peer review
* qualities of a good research bid and a look at some of the specifics including Pathways to Impact
* practical tips
* brief look at the opportunities and challenges around more complex bids (collaborative, multi-disciplinary, etc)
* provision of information on local support/advice from Cardiff University Research, Innovation and Enterprise department

Dr Pam Johnstone

30/05/2018 (Wednesday) / 10:00 - 16:30 / Mckenzie House, Newport Road
available after 31/05/2018