The Eurostars cut-off 8 is closed
- ‘415 projects’ is the highest number of project applications received in a cut-off period so far
- in 4 months, the EUREKA Secretariat will announce the list of projects that have been earmarked for funding
The Eurostars-2 programme, the passport to growth, further innovation, an opening to new global markets and even greater business success for SMEs.
The registration and application process is momently closed and will open again around 3 months before the deadline.
In the meantime, you can start preparing your application for the next call by:
- Contacting your National Office, who can guide you through the application process and advise you on the national funding rules and procedures.
- Reading our guidelines on the eligibility criteria, on completing an application and on how to use the online application system and many more.
We are organizing roadshows in member countries and webinars (see our previous webinar) to help future project participants in their submission process. Don’t hesitate to follow us on our social networks, subscribe to our newsletter (below) or regularly visit our website to be informed about the dates.
After the submission deadline, a centralised evaluation process starts, managed by the EUREKA Secretariat (ESE). The evaluation phase covers the period from the submission deadline to the dispatch of letters confirming which projects will receive public support. Only the very best applications will successfully navigate the various stages and receive public support.
Within 4 months of the submission deadline, the EUREKA Secretariat announces the list of projects that have been earmarked for funding. Projects approved for funding earn the right to be officially recognised as a Eurostars project.
More information you can find via https://www.eurostars-eureka.eu/