Our support to your European project [fr]

The Embassy supports the mobility to Ireland of researchers working in France to apply for European projects with Irish partners.

How we support your participation to a European project

Are you working with a French researcher and jointly preparing your application to a European fund for research?

The Embassy of France in Ireland supports the mobility of French researchers coming to Ireland to meet with their Irish colleagues and prepare an application to a European fund for research.

Special attention will be given to projects developed under the initiative"Make Our Planet Great Again" of the French government.

NB: Enterprise Ireland provides grants for Irish researchers to facilitate visits to meet partners in multiple countries.
More information here

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APPLICATION FORM : Supporting your application to a European project

Your contact details

For instance : lecturer, professor, research fellow, research director...

Please specify the network and your username (ex: Twitter Embassy of France to Ireland - @FranceinIreland). We will use this information to advertise about your project.

Past or still existing

Please specify the years, partners and topics of the aforementioned collaborations

Your application initiative to a European project

Name, targetted call for projects, planned activities, number of events...

Your application must be submitted on the civil year of the mission

Structures, names, forenames and contact details of the people you will meet

If the case, depiction of the consortium and the person in charge

The Embassy grants supports from €500 up to €1,000. The funds should facilitate leverage effect.

Total estimated budget for the application

If you wish to benefit from other types of support from our part (logistic, material, contacts, etc.)

The fulfillment of these goals shall be evaluated through the post-mission report

Trips from France to Ireland only

You can add here further information you may find useful to us

Published on 28/06/2019

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