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Free crash course: Learn to write better EU applications

Health invites all researchers and PhD students at the faculty to a crash course, which provides insights on EU’s largest research fund – in just one hour. The course takes place on 27 August 2019 and you can sign up via the link below.

2019.08.08 | Simon Byrial Fischel

Get background knowledge for your EU-application at the one hour crash course on 27 August.

Are you interested in learning more about EU’s research and innovation programme: Horizon 2020 and its’ successor Horizon Europe? Or are you considering an application to the Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions (MSCA)? Then join us when senior EU-Advisers Lina Christensen and Rikke Edsjö from the Central Denmark EU Office and Fundraiser Birgit Christensen from AUs Research Support Office disperse their knowledge on the extensive research fund.

The course takes place on 27 August at 10-11 a.m. in AU Conference Center and includes an extra hour especially for those who are already writing or considering writing an application to MSCA. The extra session focuses on ‘do’s and don’ts’ in the application.

Over the past few years, Health has set a strategic focus on heightening the quality of applications in order to procure more external funding, and an important part of a professional application is good background knowledge of the specific fund you are applying to. Therefore, this course is a great opportunity to learn how you improve your chances of getting funded.

Sign up for the course "Fueling Science - EU Applications" – the number of seats is limited and will be assigned in order of application.  


10.00-10.30: Presentation of the Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe programmes
10.30-11.00: Presentation of the MSCA and experiences with application from an AU-perspective

11.00-11.15: Break
11.15-12.15: Extra session: Do’s and don’ts when applying to MSCA. Specific elements for reflection regarding your application.

Learn more about the Horizon 2020 and Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions


Head of Graduate Programme Kamille Smidt Rasmussen
Department of Clinical Medicine
Mail: kamille@clin.au.dk
Phone: +45 93 50 84 07

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