Proposal writing sessions for Marie Curie Host Fellowships

March 23, 2005

Brussels, 22 Mar 2005

Four seminars on proposal writing for the second stage of the Sixth Framework Programme's Marie Curie host fellowships for early stage research training and research training networks will take place in London, the UK, on 8 and 11 April.

The aim of the sessions is to provide participants with a deeper understanding of the proposal format, as well as the key issues that they are required to address when writing their second stage proposal.

Each session will be based on feedback from proposal evaluators, and the organisers will endeavour to respond to the specific areas of interest identified by participants in the online registration form.

For further information, please visit:
http:///www.ukro.ac.uk/public/Mobility/Ev ents/ncpeventinfoapril2005.htm

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