Veni pre-proposal workshop
What is a narrative cv? How do you align it with your key-output? And, how can you capture your research idea in just 100 words? The Veni pre-proposal is mend to make the application process easier, but puts many applicant for unexpected challenges. This workshop gives you a head-start.
During this workshop you work on your Veni-preproposal. It provides an iteration between theory, group discussions, writing exercises, and feedback. By the end of the workshop you have written a solid base for you Academic Profile (including the narrative cv), Key Output, and Research Idea. And, you know how to continue the writing.
An optional addition is a one hour feedback session. After the group session you write your first draft. Then you send it to the trainer and in a feedback session you will receive the feedback that helps you to take that last step.
Trainer: Hermen Visser | Language: English or Dutch | Duration: four hours | Maximum number of participants: 8 | Participation: This is an in-company workshop.
Does your pre-proposal lead to an invitation to write a full proposal? We can coach you throughout the writing process. Our team combines different expertises so we can support you on strategy, writing, and design. And, we offer Veni interview training focussing on all relevant aspects of this final stage of the procedure.
We can adjust the duration, contents and form of this workshop to the needs of our clients.
During an ERC or NWO interview, you want to share as much reasons to give you the research money as possible. These five whys will help you find them.
The why-what-how-bridge template
Say, you have five minutes to pitch your ERC Starting Grant. How do you explain the details of your research setup and methodology? My advice: don’t. Instead, use the why-what-how-bridge template to say just enough.