Resources for writing funding applications

  • 18 Oct 2018

Writing a successful grant application takes a sound research idea, time, planning, collaboration and hard work.

We have collated a few articles and links to get you started, or to refresh your approach to grant writing. They are by no means exhaustive, and some may be funder-specific, but will give you an idea of the process to go through and the required level of detail and polish that can increase your chances of a successful application.







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