The search for potential partners is not within the scope of Eurostars. We would however strongly advise you to contact your National Project Coordinator (NPC) for assistance in this matter.
There are a number of eligibility criteria that all applications must meet in order to proceed to the evaluation phase of the programme. An explanation of the eligibility criteria imposed by the programme and the method of calculation are provided in detail in the Eligibility Guidelines .
The Eurostars website is a complete portal for registering your interest, searching for information, downloading relevant guidelines and submitting your complete Eurostars application.
We strongly advise applicants to contact their National Project Coordinator (NPC) who can offer advice and more detailed information on the funding rules and procedures. Potential applicants must register to our website in order to gain access to the online application form and read the Guidelines...
Applications cannot be changed after the submission deadline.
It is possible to re-submit an application however if the application did not meet the quality threshold, improvements must be made. If the application was below the quality threshold and no changes have been made, it is difficult to justify spending public money on a second evaluation.
It is not possible to retrieve the e-mail containing your username and password. In order to gain access to view and download the Eurostars application and other information, you need to re-register to the Eurostars website.
Applicants are kept informed on the progress of their application through the various phases; Approximately 3 weeks after the submission deadline, the applicants are informed whether their application is considered to be complete and eligible. Approximately 14 weeks after the submission deadline...
Eurostars adopts a decentralised funding methodology. As such participants do not receive funding directly from the EUREKA Secretariat or other European institutions. All funding to approved projects is managed by the Eurostars member countries according to national funding rules and procedures...
Eurostars which is managed by the EUREKA Secretariat in Brussels Belgium, reserves the right to use any project as a case study or success story to publicise its programme. Publicity material will be agreed with the consortium members before release.