Last modified: February 15, 2019

The deadline for the second Call for Proposals is coming up!

24/01/2019

Deadline for submission of Applications: 31 January 2019 (14:00 hrs. Romania time)!

Last tips for the applicants:

  • When filling in longer sections, please remember to regularly save data, in order to avoid losing data in case of interruptions of the internet connection or other technical issues.
  • Do not use the “Enter” key in the forms as it may lead to unexpected results. Always use the commands provided by the eMS interface.
  • Take sufficient time to carefully re-read the information contained in each section of the Application, before submitting it!
  • When submitting the final Application by pressing the “submit saved project” button, the Application will be officially submitted. After submission, the Lead Partner will receive an automatic email confirmation.
  • We strongly recommend you not to wait the very last moment!

For aspects to be clarified and any problems you might experience with using the eMS, please write at office@bsb.adrse.ro.


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