Grant for R&D collaboration projects
The MIT grant for R&D collaboration projects will open next month.
What is the grant for?
The grant is for collaboration projects aimed at conducting industrial or experimental research. The project must contribute to:
Who is eligible for the grant?
The grant can be applied for by a collaboration consisting of at least two SMEs. Non-SMEs may also participate in the collaboration, but will not receive funding.
How much is the grant?
The grant amounts to a maximum of 35% of the project budget, up to a maximum of € 350,000 per project.
If the grant is no more than € 200,000, each participant can receive a maximum of € 100,000. For projects receiving between € 200,000 and € 350,000, each participant can receive a maximum of € 175,000.
None of the collaboration partners may incur more than 70% of the eligible costs.
When should an application be submitted?
Applications can be submitted from June 6 2023 to September 12 2023 at 5:00 PM.
The maximum duration of a project is 24 months.
The project must fit within the themes of the Knowledge and Innovation Agenda (KIA):
Applications will be evaluated based on the tender principle: only the best applications will be awarded.
Do you have any questions about the MIT grant for R&D collaboration projects? Please contact Sven Rouschop, grant specialist at Hezelburcht: firstname.lastname@example.org or 06 25 04 02 68.