Tuesday 21st February, 10.30-16.00 at the EBC
Next week Interreg are coming to BU to run sessions on their funding application process and how to develop a successful application.
Interreg is an economic development programme that funds research and innovation, social inclusion, employment, climate change and resource efficiency projects which take place across EU countries and regions. These projects aim to find common solutions to common problems which exist in multiple countries. BU has been awarded and is involved in projects from the Channel, 2 Seas and Atlantic schemes.
The event will include a number of sessions including;
- An Introduction to Interreg: The Interreg programmes, how they are different from each other and from other EU funds. This will also cover the types of project that are funded.
- Tips on How to Develop a Good Interreg Project: Lessons from the selection process by Sallyann Stephen from The Department for Communities and Local Government, based on her experience on the Interreg project selection panel.
- How to Apply: the two stage process going through the selection criteria and the key documents involved.
- The opportunity to discuss your own ideas and get advice on how to develop them.
This event is open to staff from other universities and company’s across the south, if you have a network or partner that you think would be interested please invite them to book onto the event.
For further information on this event please contact: RKEDevFramework@bournemouth.ac.uk