CTS1

BIKE-MSCA ITN
Courses on Transferable Skills
CTS 1
“European Projects writing and Applications”

Inside the frame of BIKE Training Event 1 (Pisa 20-27 January 2020) will be held on 27 January 2020 the 1st Course on Trasferable Skills (CTS 1).

These courses are associated to the scientific and on-going soft skills trainings as components which are considered an important addition and a prerequisite for the progress of the individual training projects and will create the basis for a successful scientific career perspective.

CTS 1, organized by SIGMA EXPERIENCE, will deal with the theme “European Project writing and Applications”, in the conviction that a deep awareness of the topic and a firm management of this mean will be a gate towards the world of the European projects from the point of view both of the proposal and participation.

Course program

10.00 – 10.30 Training in BIKE framework (Giorgio Tagliabue)
10.30 – 11.30 The EU Funds. Programming & Specificities
11.30 – 12.30 The Horizon 2020 programme.
12.30 – 13.00 Exercise. Analysis of a call
13.00 – 14.00 Lunch break
14.00 – 15.30 How to write a project
15.30 – 16.30 Exercise . Building a project proposal

Lecturer: Giulia Di Bari, CRIT

Location: Hotel Repubblica Marinara – Pisa ( www.hotelrepubblicamarinara.it )

All participants (BIKE ESR, lecturers, and external participants) should inscribe via the link https://forms.gle/G2iTffQUFzqVmrCt5  before 11 January 2020.
The external participants’ number is limited. External participants will receive an e-mail confirming their inscription has been accepted.
BIKE ESR participants are supported by the BIKE project. Participants external to BIKE are welcome, no inscription fee is required but no financial support is available and  external participants are required to pay any consumption directly to the Hotel site.

This event has been supported by the European Community  (EC) under the Marie Curie ITN Programme, Contract No. ID: 813748.

Disclaimer: Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendation expressed in this website are purely those of the authors and may not be regarded as representing those of the European Community, their  personnell or the Funding Agiency participating in the BIKE ITN Project.