Universität Wien FIND

330084 VO History and Structure of the EU in Relation to Nutrition and Health Policies and Research Activities (2019W)

LV für Master- und Doktoratsstudium: Voraussetzung Zulassung zum Master- bzw. Doktoratsstudium.
Zielgruppe sind vorallem fortgeschrittene Studentinnen (Master oder PhD)
Unterrichtsprache Deutsch
Unterlagen in Deutsch/Englisch

Moodle; Sa 16.11. 08:00-16:00 UZA2 Hörsaal 4 (Raum 2Z221) 2.OG

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Details

max. 30 participants
Language: German

Lecturers

Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N

LV Termine:

Vorlesungsbeginn ist am 16.11. erst um 9 Uhr !!!!!!!!!!

Friday 22.11. 09:00 - 15:00 Seminarraum 2F546 Ernährungswissenschaften UZA II
Friday 29.11. 09:00 - 15:00 Friedrich Becke Seminarraum 2C315 3.OG UZA II
Saturday 30.11. 09:00 - 15:00 Seminarraum 2E562 Ernährungswissenschaften UZA II

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Aims, contents and method of the course

Aims: Overview on the European and national research funding landscape; understanding of principles and key actors in the generation of research programmes, calls for proposals, evaluation and management of research projects as well as „do’s and don’ts“ for a competitive proposal

Content: The acquisition of funding is important for scientists to finance their research activities. Besides national funding possibilities, European and international funding programmes play an increasingly significant role. The EU framework programme is the largest research funding programme of its kind in the world, with a strong influence on national research policies and funding, also in the areas of nutrition and health. This course provides an overview on European research funding and its mechanisms, focussing on the EU framework programme, as well as practical knowledge and hands on training for writing successful applications. Many of these aspects are also of high relevance for national funding programmes, which are also briefly presented.

Methods:presentations and group work

Assessment and permitted materials

Individual written exam

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

□12-11,0 points: Very good
□10,5-9,0 points: Good
□ 8,5-7,0 points: Satisfactory
□ 6,5-5,5 points: Sufficient
□ 5,0-0 points: Not Sufficient

Examination topics

content of presentation slides and group work

Reading list

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Association in the course directory

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