30th CORNET Call for Proposals
Since 01 July 2020, the 30th CORNET Call for Proposals is open! Project submission is possible until 30 September 2020, 12 p.m. midday (CET). In the current call, thirteen organisations are participating. Applying for funding within the CORNET framework is worthwile! As a well-established international network, CORNET accomplishes an average success rate of 66 per cent.
Please note that only completed proposals containing all annexes that were submitted by the stated deadline online via the CORNET Submission Tool will be considered for evaluation. Applicants should use the latest version of the proposal documents which is available for download in the section Guidelines and Templates.
Please also have a look at the latest version of the guidelines: Download here the complete guidelines for the 30th call (pdf).
If you haven’t submitted a proposal since the 23rd CORNET call, please register once again for the Submission Tool as it has been updated a while ago. If you have any questions regarding the international CORNET application, please do not hesitate to contact the CORNET Coordination Office.
Further information about the application process and the budgets of all participating countries and regions is available in the section Calls for Proposals.
Still looking for collaboration?
A broad variety of Project ideas and Organisation profiles are waiting for you to join in in our section Find a project partner, sorted thematically. Either the ideas and profiles reached the Coordination Office independently or they have been pitched at previous Partnering Events and have been published afterwards. If you are, in general, looking for special know-how to complete your project consortium, please also get in touch with the CORNET Coordination Office. We will gladly provide support where needed.
If you need more time for your proposal or to find suitable project partners, you can also participate in the next call approximately opening mid of December 2020 with deadline on 31 March 2021.
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