Funding for Interreg Europe projects is allocated through calls for project proposals – periods of time during the year when applications can be submitted. Each call has an opening and closing date and outside of these dates it is not possible to apply for funding with a project proposal.
Applications are submitted online through the Interreg Europe online system (iOLF). The system may be available shortly before the call opens, so that applicants can register and start preparing their applications. The ‘Submit application’ button, however, is active only during an open call.
Specific terms of reference are published for each call (see examples below). They can define specific criteria for each call, for example the maximum amount of funding available, the topics open for funding and so on.
Interreg Europe held two calls for project proposals so far (2015 and 2016 - see details below). The monitoring committee of the programme is likely to decide on the third call for project proposals by the end of 2016.
The second call for projects closed on 13 May 2016. An overview of the 211 applications received is available here.
What are the next steps?
Checking which projects are eligible: May - July 2016
Ineligible projects will be informed by August 2016
Carrying out strategic and operational quality assessment: August - November 2016
Monitoring Committee decision on which applications will be approved: December 2016
The application pack for the second call included:
The first call for projects closed on 30 July 2015. Click through to see an overview of the 261 applications received.
64 projects were conditionally approved on 9 February 2016.
The application pack for the first call included:
Check the application pack for the first call.