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Research support

For doctoral students and researchers, there is a wealth of support available for each step of the research process.

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1. Applying for research funding

The first step in a research project is to find research funding. Here you will find the information you need to help you attract external research funding.

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2. Starting up your research project

Once funding has been granted, it is time to start up your project. Here you will find support available for the startup phase.

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3. Research in progress

Once your research is underway, you can get help with information retrieval, data management and more.

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4. Publishing your research

You can publicise your project and your findings in various ways. Here you will find information on publishing support.

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5. Disseminating and utilising findings

Here you will find tips on how you can disseminate your findings for the benefit of industry and society.

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6. Reporting and closing your project

Once you have completed your research, wrap up the process by reporting and closing your project.

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The Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R)

Utmärkelsen anger att Örebro universitet är en arbetsgivare med stimulerande och välvillig arbetsmiljö.

Do you have any questions or is there anything you are missing? Please contact:

Nadia Abdellah

Position: Communications Officer School/office: University Library

Profile page: Nadia Abdellah

Email: bmFkaWEuYWJkZWxsYWg7b3J1LnNl

Phone: +46 19 303997

Room: U2134

Nadia Abdellah