TRAININGS & Coaching
The requirements on researchers are constantly increasing. Nowadays, scientific excellence is not enough to compete in the scientific enterprise. Specific complementary knowledge is indispensable to succeed.
EUrelations AG since 2006 trains about 400 researchers per year. We provide universities staff with know-how and skills to acquire more research funding. We sharpen the profile of researchers by a fundraising and career coaching and a researchers' complementary skills programme that shown to be effective. Click through our training and coaching descriptions and book the workshops either individually or as a package for your PhD-students, PostDocs or scientific team leaders.
COMPLEMENTARY SKILLS PROGRAMME FOR RESEARCHERS:
Funding for Science & Innovation (Fellowships-/Projects-/StartUp Funding)-TRAINING MODULE 1 (Open Training Dates)
Project Design & Writing Successful Research Proposals (National & EU HorizonEurope)-TRAINING MODULE 2 (Open Training Dates)
Leadership & Team Work in Scientific Enterprises - TRAINING MODULE 3
All our courses last two days of 8 hours each from 9-17 with one hour lunch break and costs 4000.- CHF. We teach in English or German in the universities own facilities, in our work shop rooms in Technopark Zurich or ONLINE. We can train up to 40 students in one course.
WHAT SCIENTISTS SAY:
" Just Horizon 2020 is not enough! I learned about the strategy behind national, international and global funding. I learned about industry cooperation and private funds. The much deeper understanding is highly motivating. I will diversify my funding protfolio and will also look into US and funding from China."
"I would like to mention that EUrelations trainers have amazing people skills. They came across as very likeable, approachable and I felt that this wasn't just a job to them but that they truly cared about us as individuals. Such people are absolutely golden. They encouraged each and every one of us and told us over and over again to go go go for it and never ever give up. Personally, it was exactly the kind of encouragement I needed to overcome my self-doubt and fears of failure and to dare and pursue what I like doing: Science."
"We learned step-by-step how to submit a proposal, how to attract the attention of the evaluators. I feel more confident to communicate my scientific work and will submit several fellowship application in the next months. These courses are different from what I experienced before at my university. A real game changer!"