Horizon Europe: from proposal stage to project management

Learn about project management models, successful proposal writting, communication, dissemination and exploitation.
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Horizon Europe framework
EU research projects calls
Project management
Successful proposal writing
Communication management
Dissemination management


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EU-funded beneficiaries have created this Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) on HORIZON EUROPE: FROM PROPOSAL STAGE TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT aimed at students, researchers, project managers, communication managers or any professional interested in the project management within Horizon Europe Research and Innovation programme.

Horizon Europe programme enables cooperation and enhances the influence of research and innovation in developing, supporting, and implementing EU policies while addressing global challenges. It aids in the generation and wider distribution of outstanding knowledge and technologies. It focuses on generating employment opportunities, actively involves the talent pool of the EU, stimulates economic expansion, fosters industrial competitiveness, and maximizes the impact of investments within a reinforced European Research Area.

Thanks to Horizon Europe, this course within SURFBIO project has been developed. SURFBIO project has recieved funding under the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research & Innovation programme under grant agreement Nº 952379.   

In this playlist you will find: - Introduction to the MOOC, given by Laura Gómez (ICCRAM-UBU). - Chapter 1: Horizon Europe Framework, by Raquel Moreno (AXIA Innovation). - Chapter 2: Project management models, by Laura Gómez (ICCRAM-UBU). - Chapter 3: Successful proposal writing, by Sonia Martel (ICCRAM-UBU). - Chapter 4: EU Project Management, by Laura Gómez (ICCRAM-UBU). - Chapter 5: Exploitation and IPR management, by Raquel Moreno (AXIA Innovation) - Chapter 6: Communication and dissemination management, by Beatriz Lapuente (ICCRAM-UBU).

Who this course is for:

  • project managers, communication managers, dissemination managers, researchers, companies, entrepreneurs


ICCRAM - UBU Research centre
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ICCRAM (International Research Center in Critical Raw Materials for Advanced Industrial Technologies) was established in 2014 as a competence Centre of the University of Burgos devoted to Critical Raw Materials.

ICCRAM participates in numerous European projects funded by the European Framework Programs for Research and Innovation.

The courses will be created by international professors related to scientific fields.

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