Important changes at The Research Council
The most important changes at The Research Council this spring are:
- New project description template
- CV-template (available under every call, but is the same for all research projects)
- New, common evaluation criteria
- The application process
- A maximum of two applications may be submitted (but not to both health programs)
Read more at Research council webpage Research funding in 2019
Please read the Guide for applicants and topics linked under each call before you start writing your proposal.
Some general tips for your proposal development:
- Besides FRIPRO and the health-programmes, check out programs VAM (big budget and relevant call), SAMKUL; NORGLOBAL 2, SAMRISk, UTENRIKS to see if your idea fits
- Get an early start! Open an application February 27th
- Be bold in describing your competences and intentions!
- Dedicate time and begin with the Impact-section of the project description template
- Describe carefully how the funding will be used, when and by whom. Discuss with your economist
- In the health programs; real user-involvement from the start
For more tips please contakt firstname.lastname@example.org-
Helsam organized a proposal-workshop Feb1st, but if you missed it you can join the faculty’s courses the 5th or 6th of March at Sogn Arena. See information on their webpage
Internal requirements Helsam
Requirements for applicants at Helsam (also where you participate as partner) are: anchoring the proposals via department head, as well as quality assurance of budget via economist. Management at Helsam wishes to increase focus on anchoring proposals to avoid competition internally and this is in line with the Research Council's wishes for fewer, but good and interdisciplinary applications. All applicants must as quickly as possible therefore: Send an e-mail with information about program and call, title and Objectives / Themes (a few lines) to your department head with cc email@example.com.