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Guide for applicants, Marie Curie Actions, PEOPLE, Co-funding of Regional, National and International Programmes, Call identifier FP7-PEOPLE-2010-COFUND

Funded under: FP7-PEOPLE

Abstract

Funding decisions in the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) are made on the basis of calls published by the Commission or its agencies, which solicit proposals. Proposals describe a planned trans-national fellowship programme and provide information on its target group, content and possible partners in case of a joint programme. They must be submitted using a special webbased service before a strictly-enforced deadline. The REA evaluates all eligible proposals in order to identify those whose quality is sufficiently high for possible funding. The basis for this evaluation is a peer-review carried out by independent experts.
The REA then negotiates with some or all of those whose proposals have successfully passed the evaluation stage, depending on the budget available. If negotiations are successfully concluded, grant agreements providing for an EU financial contribution are established with the beneficiaries.
This Guide for Applicants contains the essential information to guide applicants through the mechanics of preparing and submitting a proposal.
Applicants must also refer to the "People" Work Programme. This provides a detailed description of the Marie Curie Actions, their objectives and scope, the eligibility criteria, the Community contribution and the evaluation criteria. Work programmes are revised each year, so it is important to refer to the latest version before preparing a proposal.

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Record Number: 10154 / Last updated on: 2009-12-15
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