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Research management services

Research management services

An overview of the organisational structure and services provided by Research Management Services at Massey University.

Research Management Services support

A presentation on how Research Management Services can assist you with applying for research funding and enhancing you chances of success.

Research funding: why is it important?

This presentation explains the importance of undertaking research; strategic significance to the university, personal achievement; increasing academic outputs; links with communities, policy makers; building research capability.

Community of science funding opportunities database

A presentation on how to access and use the Community of Sciences (COS) research database. It explains how best to conduct searches, how to save searches, and how to have information on particular research e-mailed directly to you. The database contains billions of dollars worth of potential funding.

What funding is available, and who can apply

An overview of the internal funding process: why it is important; how it can best be approached; who should apply etc. An overview of the external research funds; HRC, FRST, some of the Maori specific funds available (TTP, TTW, Maori health scholarships etc.) pitched at all levels for the audience from postgraduate to professor

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