FP7 training courses - Brussels, 5, 6 and 7 December

October 27, 2006

Brussels, 26 October 2006

Three courses on various aspects of Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) funding will take place in Brussels, Belgium, from 5 to 7 December.

Course 1, on 5 December, will address the legal and financial aspects of research funding contracts, including the new rules for participation.

Course 2, on 6 December, will involve an in-depth presentation of FP7: its goals and funding opportunities.

Course 3, on 7 December, will provide participants with methodology and tips for writing proposals and setting up a project that fits with the Commission's objectives and requirements.

For further information, please visit:
http:///www.interfaceurope.net/news.php?p =n_ws<=fr

Remarks: The courses will be given in French

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