Last modified: September 25, 2015

How many members should form a partnership?

The recommended number of partners involved in each project partnership is between 4 and 8 partners.

2 partners may also form an eligible partnership, as long as they are one from a Member State and one from a partner country.

More than 8 partners may also be eligible, but the Applicant should always keep in mind the difficulty of managing a partnership with so many partners.

Please note that additional 5 points shall be awarded to the joint Actions that have at least 3 partners coming from 3 of the following countries: Armenia, Georgia, R. Moldova, Ukraine and Turkey.


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