The Research Support and Technology Transfer Division organizes training courses on specific aspects of the research work – in particular, to help the participants develop transferable skills and knowledge that will be useful to draw up and manage research projects – designed to support PhD candidates, researchers, teaching staff and administrative-technical staff. 

Project writing for PhD students

This course, offered to UniTrento doctoral programmes of UniTrento and organized by DSRSTT, aims to provide information on national and European research funding schemes. It focuses, in particular, on programmes that may improve the career of young researchers (MSCA, Caritro, and others), so that they acquire the knowledge required to write and submit a successful research proposal. 
Target group: PhD candidates of UniTrento

2019 Programme (PDF| 197 KB)

Get started for research (a toolkit for young researchers)

This training course, organized by the Research Support and Technology Transfer Division with external experts, aims to provide the participants with knowledge on how to find funding opportunities. The course will cover the following topics:
a) funding programmes;
b) instruments for project design and project management;
c) exploiting results;
d) GDPR and privacy regulations;
e) European Open Science;
f) Research integrity;
g) Science communication.
Young researchers seeking funding through the University’s “Starting Grant Giovani ricercatori” are required to attend some meetings within this course. 
Target group: research fellows, postdocs, researchers and teaching staff.

2019 Programme
2018 Programme 

MSCA-IF Training Days

Specific training on how to write a research proposal for MSCA-IF candidates (selected year by year through the relevant call).    
Target group: MSCA–IF candidates 

2019 Programme (PDF609 KB)  
2018 Programma (PDF102 KB)


The Research Support and Technology Transfer Division (DSRSTT) organizes specific training on national and international research programmes. The Division, in collaboration with APRE, aims to promote funding programmes (ERC and MSCA actions in particular) and to provide information on how to submit successful proposals.
Target group: doctoral students, postdocs, research fellows, researchers, teaching staff, administrative and technical staff.

Information session: Marie-Skłodowska Curie actions - RISE (Research and Innovation Staff Exchange) - 12 February 2019
Training event: ERC Starting Grant - 12 June 2019