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EU-Intensiv workshops

In the "EU-Intensiv" workshops, content that is only touched on in the "EU-Kompakt" seminars is dealt with in greater depth. These workshops are aimed in particular at participants who have already dealt with EU research funding and now want to deepen their existing knowledge.

KoWi responds to the different needs of the participants as appropriate by integrating additional expertise from academia, the European Commission, National Contact Points and the EU Office of the BMBF, the National Working Group (Bundesarbeitskreis) of EU Funding Advisors at German Universities and Colleges (BAK) or from the European partner countries.

Financial and contract management workshops

The focus is on the European Commission's requirements for the management of EU projects in Horizon Europe. The workshops are characterised by their high practical relevance and interactive elements. Besides general project management training, seminars are also regularly offered on special topics such as managing Marie Skłodowska-Curie projects, Intellectual Property & Open Access or audits. All administrators, project managers and multipliers who are familiar with the management of EU projects or who would like to gain an in-depth overview of current developments in funding policy are the target group.

Application workshops

Participants in the workshops, which are offered separately according to funding lines, are given concrete assistance in writing Horizon Europe proposals. One focus of the KoWi workshops is the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Programmes. Target groups are scientists and multipliers who are planning to submit a proposal or are currently in the process of doing so.

In addition to "EU-Intensiv" workshops organised in Bonn or Brussels, KoWi offers regional workshops with different partners as well as web-based seminars (webinars). These dates are published in the KoWi Newsletter and in the events calendar.

For smaller groups in individual institutions, Webinars can also be conducted as in-house training.