WWB Area | Learning field
Research Management | Project planning
For young researchers, doctoral and post-doctoral fellowships are a common way to take their career to the next stage: to get their research project funded and realized. More than other funding sources, fellowships allow to keep the focus on one own’s research and to implement the project with high flexibility over time. However, because an ever-increasing number of doctoral and post-doctoral researchers apply for these fellowships, the likely of obtaining funding has over time decreased. Intensive preparation is the foundation for a successful application.
The course supports participants in learning how to adequately prepare their own successful applications for PhD and post-doctoral research funding, in particular research fellowships, both in Germany and abroad.
On the first day, participants explore some core issues in two separate sessions (a group in the morning and a group in the afternoon):
- Identifying the most suitable funding bodies.
- Understanding what evaluators are looking for in an application.
- Keeping in touch with the funding body (do’s and don’ts).
- Exploring how to enhance one’s own image to “stick out from the rest”.
- Structuring the writing of the funding application itself.
On the second day, participants meet the trainer through a series of one-to-one meetings to discuss their specific situation, eventual challenges they are facing and possible ways forward to prepare successful applications.
This is an online workshop. Theoretical information, practical exercises, plenum discussion, partner work and an exclusive one-to-one session with the trainer for enhanced tailor-made support. Max. number of participants: 15. Course language: English.
The course is targeted at doctoral candidates and young post-doctoral researchers. No previous knowledge is required. Participants should have English language skills at least the B2 level. Student workers that are seriously determined to obtain a doctorate are welcome to apply, subject to availability.
|Course number||FM III-1|
|Date||Wed, 12.01.2022, 9:00am – 6:00pm|
Thu, 13.01.2021, 9:00am – 4:00pm
|Scope||16 hours, 20 working units à 45 min|
|Format||Online course. Participants receive login data by email prior the course|
|Tools||Videoconference. Participants who want to prepare prior the course are invited to visit our Praxisblog and our Wiki.|
|Instructors||Dr. Matteo Garavoglia|
|Fees||For employees, assistant lectures, registered doctoral candidates at TU Berlin and junior scientists at HU Berlin, FU Berlin, Charité, the course is free of charge. If you do not belong to these groups of people, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information on fees.|
|Requirements||Participants should have English language skills at least the B2 level.|
Participants please keep a laptop/ PC with video and audio function or a webcam and headset ready.
|Completion||Assuming successful participation, you receive a certificate of attendance.|
|Certificate||Applicable for certificate Research Management.|
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