Grant Proposal Assistance: How it Works
5 Steps to Preparing a Winning Grant Proposal
We will help you identify and choose a relevant funding body. This includes making sure that your proposal complies with the relevant application criteria and requirements, and is a good match with the goals of that particular grantor. We will schedule conversations as necessary throughout the entire process to make sure we best understand your needs.
One of our subject experts will conduct a thorough review of your proposal to identify strengths and weaknesses, and focus on sections that need improvement. We will give you ideas for how to close the gaps between the submission draft and the goals of the intended funding body to give your proposal the best chance of success. This includes making sure you clearly articulate the gap in the knowledge and your research questions, confirming that your methodology is sound, making sure your budget and timeline are well-defined and clarifying the compelling reasons why your research will contribute to academic debate.
After we complete our initial review, you will be able to review our comments and decide what changes you want to make and how you want to consider revising your work. You can choose to rewrite yourselves or send it to us for rewriting. Our assistance will enable you to offer a sharp and compelling articulation of the contribution you plan to make.
We will then revise the text according to your feedback, working together to ensure a final proposal that meets the highest academic standards. In addition to implementing your changes, we will complete a full language edit to ensure that your text is written in polished, professional academic style, the kind of proposal that can compete with other top scientists from around the world.
Once you have reviewed and approved the updated text, we will undertake a comprehensive final review to ensure that your proposal is all ready to be sent off to the funding body. You will then be able to submit the proposal with the confidence that it will be seriously considered by the granting body.