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FP7 Financial Info and FAQs --> Funding Rates, Activities

The types of activities per instrument are as follows: 

 

Types of instrument or actions / Types of activities

Research & technological development or innovation activities

Demonstration activities

Training activities

Dissemination activities

Consortium Management activities

Other specific activities**

Network of Excellence

 

 

 

Large collaborative projects

Small collaborative projects

*

*

 

Cooperative research

 

 

 

 

Collective research

 

 

 

Coordination or Networking actions

 

 

 

 

 

The percentage of funding to be expected will not exceed the following rates per activity.

 

Maximum reimbursement rates of eligible costs

Research & technological development

Demonstration activities

Training activities

Dissemination activities

Consortium Management activities

Other specific activities**

Network of Excellence

Large industrial companies 50%

Others 75%

 

 

 

100%

100%

Large collaborative projects

Large industrial companies 50%

Others 75%

50%

100%

100%

100%

100%

Small collaborative projects

Large industrial companies 50%

Others 75%

50%

*

100%

100%

*

Specific research project for SMEs

Large industrial companies 50%

Others 75%

 

100%

(for collective research only)

 

100%

 

Coordination or Networking actions

 

 

100% for CA

 

100%

 

(indirect costs: flat rate 7%)

100%

(indirect costs: flat rate 7%)

* Training and other specific activities in non-ICT projects as per Large Collaborative Projects unless specified differently in specific call

** Other specific activities means:

- for NoE Joint Program activities, except consortium management

- for CA: activities except consortium management

- for SA: any specific activity covered by Annex 1

 

The members of the consortium can decide how to distribute the financial contribution received from the Commission. This may be in strict accordance with the reimbursement rates made by the Commission or may be in accordance with the consortium’s preferences. Whatever the choice, it is important that it is clearly indicated in the consortium agreement in order to avoid problems.

Consortium Management Costs
Research Costs
Demonstration Costs
Innovation Costs
Misc Costs


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