BAM Training: Writing a Successful ESRC Research Grant Proposal

The British Academy of Management is offering the below training opportunity open to both members and non-members. If your research is in the area of Business and Management it is well worth attending.

Title: Writing a Successful ESRC Research grant proposal in the Area of Business and Management

Location: BAM Office, 137 Euston Road, London

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Description: Following the popularity of BAM grant-writing workshops in recent years and the success of previous workshop participants in gaining grants, a new workshop has been designed for 2009. It will be offered in two locations: London and Edinburgh. The workshop will provide a comprehensive introduction to writing proposals under the ESRC small, first and standard research grant schemes, and ‘walking’ delegates through the process of dealing with this ‘blue chip’ funding body. Those who have been successful in gaining research grants and those who have participated in the grant boards making the funding decisions will be there to offer their advice. We are fortunate to have Professor George Boyne, Management representative on the ESRC Research Grants Board, as just one of our speakers this year. You will be encouraged to work on your own draft proposal by considering how to develop a convincing argument, to demonstrate how your proposal fully meets the assessment criteria, and to incorporate secrets from previous successful applicants.

Deadline for Applications : Monday 4th May 2009
Fees: Non Member : 330.00 GBP Member : 250.00 GBP
Contact : Natasha Fay,

Date: 2009-05-18