This course has already taken place. The photos are available via this link.
Universities of Applied Sciences are increasingly more in the position to apply for EU funding for research. Several national and EU programmes have already been drawing more attention and now the new framework programme Horizon Europe will present itself as an excellent opportunity for Universities of Applied Sciences to attract funding and strengthen their research programmes. The chances of receiving this funding grow when institutions are well aware of the conditions achieving and describing both research excellence as wel as societal impact.
This 2-day course invites research managers and administrators to profit from the knowledge of our Impact and EU experts and put these insights to practice. The course will map out the manners in which Universities of Applied Sciences can best benefit from the possibilities of EU research, specifically in regards to Horizon Europe and other available EU programmes. We will discuss the political positioning of Universities of Applied Sciences in EU-context, as well as how you, as a representative of Universities of Applied Sciences, can best prepare for pooling resources from the EU. A mission-oriented institutional strategy including societal impact, will be part of this. Finally, you will gain insight in how you can effectively manage EU research once you have acquired these resources and prepare for future steps.
Together with the previously mentioned experts, as well as the other participants who have travelled from many different countries, representing a variety of contexts, you will be able to discuss experiences, best-practices and common obstacles and their solutions, which creates a large pool of sources to form your own strategy to apply when you return to your own institutions.
Positioning UAS in Horizon Europe context
Integrating impact in a research strategy
Effective collaboration for EU funding
Successful applications of EU Research
We look forward to welcoming you in Brussels!
Terms & costs
Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)
Rue du Trône 62
Tuesday November 19th from 16:30-17:30
Paul-Henri Spaak Building
Rue Wiertz / Wiertzstraat 60
Tuesday November 19th
By train: Take the IC train in the direction of either Dinant or Charleroi-Sud and get off at the station Brussel-Luxemburg. From there, it’s approximately 5 minutes walking distance to the course venue.
By shuttle bus: The bus departs at Exit 4 and goes every half hour from 8.00 – 24.00.The last stop of the shuttle bus is Brussels-Midi station, from which it is necessary to take the subway to go further downtown.