EARMA Early Stage Research Administrator Masterclass (ESRAM), May

EARMA Early Stage Research Administrator Masterclass (ESRAM), May

EARMA Early Stage Research Administrator Masterclass (ESRAM), May

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Event date: May 16-18, 2022

Location: Renaissance Brussels Hotel

Course details

The Early Stage Research Administrators Masterclass (ESRAM) is designed for people who have recently moved into research administration (RA) roles, 6 months – 2 years’ experience. RA roles can be in centralsupport units, faculties, institutes or within specific funded projects.

The aim of this course is to empower research administrators to undertake their new role with confidence, to present career pathways and give the participants an appreciation of the full research project life-cycle and related service tasks. The course covers research funding, going beyond European Union funding, and is delivered and facilitated by experienced research managers and administrators from the EARMA community.

The Masterclass is a modular-based course consisting of interactive workshops, short lectures, case studies, exercises, discussions and peer-to-peer learning. The number of participants is restricted to a maximum of 32 people and sessions last around 45 minutes consisting of practical insights, tools, tips and group activities to reinforce and consolidate learning points. It is a case study-based programme that seeks to provide students with the opportunity to network with colleagues, exchange best practices and share knowledge.

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Tuition fees

EARMA member – €455.00€ + 21% VAT
Non-member – €595.00 + 21% VAT

Price includes course materials in electronic format, two lunches, two dinners, welcome reception and coffee where applicable.


Register your place today by clicking the yellow button on the top left of this webpage. 


Please note that this event is intended to be held fully in-person. Seeing that we cannot know the exact measures that will be in place in May 2022, all registrants will be informed about the Covid-19 measures in Belgium and at the venue a week before the event by EARMA. Currently, we assume that all participants will be asked to show their Covid safe ticket upon arrival before being able to enter the event area. One month before the event, we will evaluate the situation and see if it is still possible to have it be in-person. If we won´t be able to run it in-person, we will postpone the event and run it at another time, and participants will get the opportunity to be reimbursed.