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Project preparation and proposal writing within FP7

Understanding how FP7 works, how to optimize the chances of success in the application For all Research projects leaders, persons in charge of research projects application, from public, private and non-profit sector (Universities, Research centres, public authorities, enterprises including SMEs, associations active in the field, etc.)

To whom this training session is addressed ? Understanding how FP7 works, how to optimize the chances of success in the application For all Research projects leaders, persons in charge of research projects application, from public, private and non-profit sector (Universities, Research centres, public authorities, enterprises including SMEs, associations active in the field, etc.) Level: Basic knowledge about FP7 is required The participation is open to everyone in organisations, public bodies or service, who is actively involved in the development of European Research projects funded by FP7. Why this training course ? FP7 is one of the most important programmes of the European Commission. Every year several hundreds of research private and public organizations benefit from its grants. The annual budget allocated is approximately 7 billion euros. Subjects covered : Research Funds directly managed by the European Commission. Objective : To understand the new programme for 2007-2013 and master the approach from the research idea to proposal preparation, to formalize European research projects in partnership (application, budget, consortium building). Registration fee : 690 euros (VAT excluded), including the participation in the 1-day seminar, the training handbook, lunch and coffee breaks. + - An internet subscription to more than 450 updated European funding programmes - A subscription to all EU funds alerts corresponding to your profile

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