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Call for proposals 2022 / Innovation / EIT Raw Materials

Call for proposals 2022 / Innovation / EIT Raw Materials
Call opening: 11.3.21 / Call deadline: 1.9.21
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Call Deadlines

03 MAY 2021 / pre-call deadline

01 SEP 2021 / final-call deadline

Submit your proposal here

General overview of EIT-RM projects (duration; success rate; budget etc.)

Official call page here

Please check out the EIT RM Market Place for project ideas here

EIT RawMaterials Call for 2022 (KAVA8) looking for 3 type of project proposals (please see details below):

  1. Education

  2. Innovation (Upscaling)

  3. Regional Innovation Sceme (RIS)

 

 

Education project opportunities under the EIT RawMaterials Call for 2022 (KAVA 8):

Lifelong Learning (LLL)

Label Master program (MSc)

 

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