How to Write a Competitive Proposal for Horizon Europe
Overview of the Course
This online course is designed to train researchers, research managers and research support services in writing professional and competitive proposals for Horizon Europe. The course analyses the relevance of Horizon Europe to EU policies, the common problems in proposal writing and the success criteria for proposals. The course provides advice on how to collect information, select strategic partners and streamline proposal writing.
Target Audience: Researchers, Research Managers and Research Support Services in Universities and Research Centres
The course is NOT open to Private Consultants or National Contact Points.
Course Presenters: Dr. SeŠn McCarthy www.hyperion.ie/seanmccarthy.htm
Sylvia McCarthy (EU Policy Analyst)
Duration: Three 45-minute sessions
Session 1(10:00-10:45), Session 2(11:00-11:45), Session 3(12:00 to 12:45)
Module 2: Profile of Successful Organisations in EU Programmes
Module 3: How Pillar I Proposals are Evaluated
Module 5: How to Write the Impact of a Pillar II Proposal
Module 7: Exploitation, Dissemination and Communication in Horizon Europe
Programme Designers and Presenters
Dr. SeŠn McCarthy
SeŠn has been active in the Framework programmes since 1980. He has been involved in over 150 research proposals to the Framework programmes and has participated in over 60 Framework projects. In 16 of these projects SeŠn was the coordinator. Today, he does not participate in the Framework programmes but concentrates on designing and delivering training courses. Since 1995 over 80,000 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).
In 2017 the European Commission published a list of the top 100 universities and research organisations participating in Horizon 2020. Dr. McCarthy has delivered training courses in 74 of these top 100 universities and research organisations.
Sylvia is an EU Policy Analyst. Based in Brussels
since 2008, Sylvia has worked in the European Parliament and various EU
consultancies and representations.
Limitation of Liability
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