How to apply?
All applications to all parts of the Nordplus Programme should be submitted electronically through the application system Espresso.
The application deadline for all parts of the Nordplus Programme is 1 March.
In all Nordplus sub-programmes the project coordinator (contact person at the coordinating institution) play an important role. The coordinator submits the application on behalf of the project partners. The coordinating institution is the receiver of the eventual grant and is responsible for reporting. The network/project partners must sign a letter of intent (LOI) confirming their participation in the network/project collaboration. The letter should be signed by the appropriate authority, i.e. the top management of the relevant organisation/institution. In the electronic application, the applicant is given access to a prefilled letter of intent for each partner in the application. The letters of intent are sent by e-mail to the partners, who are responsible for printing the letters and gather the relevant signatures and return it to the coordinator for the application. The coordinator is responsible of up-loading all letters of intent electronically to the application by uploading them in Espresso.
Applicant contact persons must register individually in the Espresso system before starting an application.
Applications may be submitted in Danish, Norwegian, Swedish or English. Applications involving one or more Baltic participants should be written in English.
- Nordplus Call for Proposals 2013 [in Norwegian] (PDF 31.92 kB)
- Nordplus Call for Proposals 2013 [in English] (PDF 45.78 kB)
- Nordplus Handbook 2013 [in Scandinavian languages] (PDF 462.16 kB)
- Nordplus Handbook 2013 [in English] (PDF 471.13 kB)
- Nordplus Model Budget (.xls) (LSX 11.46 kB)
- Nordplus Model Budget (.pdf) (PDF 104.90 kB)
- Espresso (Opens in a new window)