Funding for Interreg Europe projects was allocated through calls for project proposals – periods of time during the year when applications could be submitted. Each call had an opening and closing date and outside of these dates it was not possible to apply for funding with a project proposal.
Applications were submitted online through the Interreg Europe online system (iOLF). The system was available shortly before the call opened, so that applicants could register and start preparing their applications. The ‘Submit application’ button, however, was active only during an open call.
Specific terms of reference was published for each call (see examples below). They defined specific criteria for each call, for example the maximum amount of funding available, the topics opened for funding and so on.
Interreg Europe held four calls for project proposals: 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 - see details below.
The fourth call for project proposals closed on 22 June 2018. Click through to see an overview of the 170 applications received.
What are the steps after the end of the call?
Checking the eligibility of projects: July – August 2018
Ineligible projects informed in October 2018
Carrying out strategic and operational quality assessment: September 2018 - January 2019
Monitoring Committee decision on which applications were approved: March 2019
The third call for project proposals closed on 30 June 2017. Here are some key figures about the received applications.
On 13 March 2018, Interreg Europe Monitoring Committee conditionally approved 54 projects.
The second call for projects closed on 13 May 2016. An overview of the 211 applications received is available here.
In October 2016 Interreg Europe Monitoring Committee conditionally approved 66 projects.
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.