Frequently Asked Questions: RI: Proposal Submission
Which proposal documents have to be submitted?
Posted by EuroRIs-Net Administrator on 14 October 2008 09:42 AM

A proposal has two parts. Part A contains the administrative information about the proposal and the participants. The information requested includes a brief description of the work, contact details and characteristics of the participants, and information related to the funding requested (see Annex 3 of the Guide for Applicants). Part B is a template, or list of headings (see Annex 4 of the Guide for Applicants). You should follow this structure when presenting the scientific and technical content of your proposal. The template is designed to highlight those aspects that will be assessed against the evaluation criteria. It covers, among other things, the nature of the proposed work, the participants and their roles in the proposed project, and the impacts that might be expected to arise from the proposed work.

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