The European framework for 2014-2020 provides for a multitude of possibilities to engage in transnational cooperation in fields as diverse as education, justice, and scientific research. The process of obtaining such funding is, however, increasingly difficult and stiflingly competitive. A well-written and persuasive application can make all the difference. I have several years’ experience writing grant applications as well as managing and evaluating EU projects in the education and justice fields, and has designed this course to help public policy organisations to improve their chances of winning grant funding vital to their work.
IMPROVE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING GRANTS
The programme is for public sector bodies, NGOs and universities. It covers important language relating to EU funding calls and priorities in English, and helps participants to craft effective funding applications. On this course you are going to cover a combination of the following content, depending on your needs and objectives - and this content is going to be carefully tailored to help you achieve your specific project objectives.
Deciphering the terminology of EU funding calls
The linguistics of funding proposals
Planning a project: interpreting funding priorities
Project rationale and needs analyses
Describing partner organisations
Discussing project objectives, deliverables and intended impacts
Language of project management
GROUPS OR ONE-TO-ONE
Arrange group professional-development seminars at your offices, or at selected seminar hotels, to develop general project writing skills and competences.
Do you have a specific project in mind? We can work together on a one:one basis to plan and prepare your grant application.