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ARC Workshop: Writing a compelling Proposal Summary

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University of Canberra

Building 1 Level D, Room 107

Kirinari Street

Bruce, ACT 2617

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Proposals for ARC Category 1 fund schemes require precise writing. This session will be aimed at the 100 word Summary of your project. The 100 word Summary plays a critical part of getting the attention of the assessor and presents the significance and innovation of the central academic idea. You will review research summaries from other successful grants and work with our experts to improve your own.

Aimed at: UC staff to assist them with their plans to apply for an Australian Research Council (ARC) in the coming year(s). Bring along your lunch if you wish, coffee and tea will be provided.

Prerequisites: A draft of your project idea (1-2 pages) and 100 word summary will be required. Research Services will provide additional details to help you work on this before the workshop once you register.

About the ARC/NHMRC workshop series

Hone your skills in putting together ARC/NHMRC grant applications. These workshops are all those who are planning to apply for ARC funding in the coming 1-3 years. The workshops in this series include:

  • Pitch your idea
  • Building an ARC Budget and Budget justification
  • Writing a compelling ARC Proposal Summary
  • Writing a compelling ARC Research Opportunity and Performance Evidence (ROPE) Story
  • Writing a compelling Project Description


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