Tips on Writing Grant Proposals
Your basic goal in writing a proposal is to convince the funding agency that their philanthropic interests are best served by awarding you a grant. Not only is your project vital to society and the world of academia, but you are the best and most qualified researcher to do the job. Simple.
A successful proposal must clearly articulate:
The better case you can make for each one of these points, the better your chance of a successful grant application. If the funding agency to which you are applying has a set of guidelines on proposal format, then you must follow those guidelines to the letter.
There are numerous sites on the internet that give detailed instructions for writing a grant proposal. For more information, see:
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