A guaranteed way of producing a correctly written, and structured proposal for EU Funds, is by following the instructions and guidelines that are available for each call. However, when it comes to putting pen on paper, things can sometimes start to look a bit more complicated, and we may ask ourselves, “But what exactly should we be writing here?”, or “What’s the level of detail that is expected from us?”

If you are a Maltese SME, or NGO, and are struggling to write a proposal in order to apply for EU Funds,  DG Reform of the European Commission is offering a set of FREE courses on European Central Funding Programmes. These one day courses will be held online during the month of February, and participants may apply for tailored courses, or choose to attend a course that gives general insight on applying for EU Funds. Each course will focus on practical proposal writing, while specific courses include proposal writing for LIFE, Erasmus, Creative Europe, NDICI, and Horizon Europe. Europa Media Trainings, a group of professionals in the field of EU funds and programmes with over 20 years of experience, will be in charge of the training.

Courses vary in length and are open for Malta-based organisations. Participants can register, or find more information here.

The number of attendees is limited, and registration is subject to an approval from the Strategy & Implementation Division of the Policy Development & Programme Implementation Directorate within the Office of the Prime Minister.  If a course is fully booked, you may choose to register for one of the other courses. This project is done in collaboration with the Government of Malta, Europa Media Trainings, and AcrossLimits Malta.

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