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YERUN Research Mobility Award Application

Would you like to establish a Research Collaboration with another university? Are you planning to apply for the next YERUN Research Mobility Award? Do you know how to write a successful application?
Brunel University London is a member of the Young European Research Universities Network (YERUN): 17 highly-ranked universities from across Europe, all younger than 50 years when they became members. YERUN is offering a funding scheme that aims to doctoral researchers, early career researchers and established academics at universities across Europe who are part of the network. The applications will be open in the next weeks.
This training aims to help you to prepare and improve your written application for YERUN Research Mobility Award.

Aimed at

All early career researchers - i.e. doctoral and post-doctoral researchers who are not yet fully independent / 8 years or less since completion of PhD.

Presented by

Dr Inma Andres

Key learning outcomes

By the end of the session, you will know:

  • Marking criteria
  • How to find a YERUN host institution to establish a research collaboration
  • Research collaboration activities

Specific skills focused on in this session

RDF - Finance, funding and resources

RDF - Professional and career development

3D - Engagement & impact

3D - Career management skills

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Brunel 3D Development Tool

Develops the following:

Skills needed to do your research and career

Skills needed to develop your research and career

Researcher Development Framework (RDF) Competencies

Develops skills relevant to the following domains of the RDF:

This workshop is provided by

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