Funding Strategies & Sources for International Research Cooperation, Seminar, Berlin

International research cooperations and collaborations are indispensable preconditions to unlock vital funding beyond Europe and Horizon 2020, by sharing expensive costs, knowledge and expertise with your partners! Find out how to benefit from multiple funding sources at this specialised event:

For Higher Education and Research Institutions

Funding Strategies & Sources for International Research Cooperation

International, US & Private Donors ● European Funding Sources ● Profit from Successful Partnerships & Alumni Networks

23rd - 24th April 2018, Berlin

Please find detailed information in the brochure (PDF).

 

With well-established international experts (amongst others):

  • Oxford University, Oxentia Ltd., United Kingdom
  • ASSIST American Secondary Schools for International Students and Teachers, CFRE, Director of Development, United States of America / Germany
  • German National Contact Point for Energy in H2020, Germany
  • University of Porto, Head of Research Support Office, Portugal
  • University of Bath, European and International Programmes, Research & Innovation Service, European Research Development Manager, United Kingdom

 

Key topics:

  • University strategies for research internationalisation – How to be prepared & develop an operational fundraising strategy
  • Beyond H2020: Maximising internationalisation of research and building capacity in research in EU and third countries
  • How to encourage research commercialisation, entrepreneurship and innovation in your institution: Case studies and best practice examples
  • International, US & private funding sources for research cooperation – How & when to apply for NSF, NIH and other funding sources in Europe and beyond
  • How to build successful partnerships with universities and research institutes in developing countries
  • Building up an alumni network – From the “who-what-when’s” to the “do’s-and-don’ts”

Website of the seminar

 

Interactive seminar (website)

“Financial Accounting and Audit in European Research & Development Funding”

18th - 19th June 2018 in Berlin

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Department of International Relations & European Union

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