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Master the logic and structure of Horizon 2020.

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Research projects leaders, persons in charge of research projects application, from public, private and non-profit sectors (universities, research centres, public authorities, enterprises including SMEs, associations active in the field, etc.)


Deepen your knowledge of:
- Understanding the Horizon 2020 programme
- Being able to identify the relevant funding scheme, calls for proposals and programming documents
- Being able to define and structure the consortium with a consortium agreement
- Building a budget and understand the financial rules
- Mastering the application rules
- Improving your organisation’s fund raising capacity

Acquire a practical methodology on:
- Understanding the new HORIZON 2020 architecture
- Understanding the call procedures and relevant documents
- Understanding the sharing of tasks and obligations within the consortium
- Designing a project to meet the expectations
- Establishing and optimise the writing of a HORIZON 2020 application file
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25 October 2019 Paris ( France ).

Langue : Welcomeurope - fr flag

Duration of the training: 2 days
Place: Paris (France)

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