Event Date/Time: Jul 04, 2011
End Date/Time: Jul 08, 2011
Early Registration Date:
May 20, 2011
The FP7 - European Summer Academy is being organised again for the fourth year in a row due to great demand. The success of last year's European Summer Academies has proven that there is a growing need for learning about the EU funding programmes while enjoying the relaxing surroundings of one of Hungary's top destinations, Lake Balaton. Participants at the European Summer Academy will learn the differences of FP7, CIP, LIFE+, LLP, how to identify and submit a proposal in FP7, experience the entire life-cycle of an FP7 project, including financial reporting and cost allocation, and will have the opportunity to enjoy the best that the lake and its surroundings can offer. The European Summer Academy is the perfect example of business meeting pleasure...
This is an all-inclusive training. Transportation within Hungary (to and from the airport and venue*), accommodation for 5 nights (3-7 July, Sunday through Thursday night) with breakfast, lunches, free use of wellness services (sauna, swimming pool), a boat tour and a wine-tasting trip are included in the course price- in addition to the course material and the personal, quality time spent with the experts at Lake Balaton.
Workshop on EC proposal development and project management:
4-8 July 2011, Lake Balaton, Hungary
Proposal Development (3 days)
* Introduction to FP7
* Call analysis - effectively navigating through the maze of EU funding
* Institutional support, Community Programmes and tenders
* Introduction of successful project proposals from 2007
* Proposal development - competing with the best
* Money - the budget, cost statements and allocation, financial reporting
* What happens after the submission - Evaluation of proposals.
The participants will develop a demo proposal in groups to be evaluated by the experts.
Project Management (2 days)
* Grant Agreement negotiations
* Consortium Agreement
* Getting started
* Keeping your records
* Coordinating a project
* Project closure and monitoring