Testimonial Our four Early Stage Researchers in the NeoGel project got an insight into EU and other funding opportunities and benefited from accelopment`s many years of experience in European and other grants.
Prof. Andreas Heise
REFINE & NeoGel Project Coordinator, NanoCarb Project Partner
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland RCSI, Ireland

Funding opportunities training questionnaire

ESR training questionnaire - Funding opportunities

To help us tailor the Funding opportunities online module to best fit your needs please complete the questionnaire below.

Are you aware of or even familiar with any of the following funding programmes?
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Do you have a particular interest in a specific funding scheme? *
Do you already have a possible future research and/or innovation project idea in mind? *
Which of the following career paths are you most interested in pursuing? *
How involved are you in project management related tasks for your ITN?
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Grant Advice

The first step to a successful project is to identify the most appropriate funding programme for your idea. From Horizon Europe, to EUREKA and national fundings, we can help you.



Preparing your MSCA-DN proposal? Don`t forget the transferable skills.

Training in transferable skills is an important element of the training programmes included in the EU-funded Marie Curie research and training networks for early-stage researchers and doctoral candidates. They are a “must-have” when planning their next steps within an academic career or applying for jobs in companies and transitioning to industry.



My passion for science and communication brought me from the lab to accelopment Switzerland, where I enjoy helping researchers transform ideas into concrete progress.

Dr. Emily Rose Ciscato
Project Manager Communications