Interreg Europe's third call for proposals will open on 1 March 2017. Applications will be accepted until 30 June 2017.
The detailed terms of reference will be available on our website in January 2017. You can already learn more about the details of our previous calls and browse the programme manual.
In the meantime, we suggest you join the Interreg Europe community, publish your project idea and find partners that are interested in similar themes as you.
Potential applicants can also evaluate their project idea's relevance for Interreg Europe by using our simple online self-assessment tool.
Once you have joined the Interreg Europe community and published your project idea, you can ask for personalised feedback. Please note that due to the high popularity of the service, every project idea can receive feedback only once. We recommend that you request personalised feedback only when your project idea is well advanced.
Before and during the call, we organise also workshops, events and Q&A sessions, both online and offline, to help you submit a successful application. Details on these events will follow later.
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