Checklists to help the application process

Friday, 17 February, 2017
We are very happy to see that 3rd call project applications are actively being filled in in the eMS. Based on recently received questions related to filling in and submitting the Application Form, we are providing short checklists for you:
To submit the application, you need to click on two buttons on the left-hand side menu in eMS:
  1. ‘Check saved project’ to do automatic check of the Application Form
  2. ‘Submit checked project’ after the check is completed
Additionally, we wish to remind you to follow the latest version of the Guide for Filling in the Application Form (3.1, 7.2.2017). ... Read more

What are the elements of a good project?

Monday, 13 February, 2017
There are only a couple of weeks left before the first step of the third call closes. At the moment about 100 applications have been started on the eMS. In order to provide the applicants and potential applicants with further support during the application process, we have produced a short video, based on the Project Applicant Seminar to summarize what are the elements of a good project. ... Read more

Slight updates to our document package

Tuesday, 7 February, 2017
Our document package has been slightly updated. The changes concern the Guide for filling in the application form and the FLC manual.

In the Guide for filling in the Application Form, the graphic layout was slightly updated, and the content was refined regarding the eMS.

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Newsletter archive

Monday, 30 January, 2017
The Joint Secretariat as well as our national Contact Points compile newsletters on a regular basis. They consist of past, current and upcoming information related to the Central Baltic programme. Whereas the Joint Secretariat newsletter is in English and contains programme wide news, newsletters sent our by our Contact Points offer a localised view -- in the local language. 

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The third week of the third call is about to end and we are seeing that it has raised a lot of interest; around 50 applications have been created in our electronic Monitoring System (eMS) in all priorities, and more are started every day.

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Third call is now open!

Saturday, 31 December, 2016
The third call of the Central Baltic programme is now open!  You have until 27 February to apply. Our 'crew' is awaiting your application and possible questions you may have.

We have gathered relevant information (specifications, dates and so on) to the completely updated >>> third call page <<< (find it in the green top bar!).

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Get ready for the third call by watching the full video of the Project Applicant Seminar provided with  table of contents. The video is structured in such a way that makes it possible to click on a particular issue that has been presented during the seminar and to to be directed automatically to the section of the video during which such theme has been dealt with.  Here the link to the full video: 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-iysQ0dbpQ ... Read more

Updated documents available!

Thursday, 15 December, 2016
Our implementation documents and Programme Manual have just been updated!

Several stylistic updates and overall improvements have been made to all documents.

In regard to the Programme Manual, content-wise, the biggest changes relate to the modification request process and the reporting of period 0. Some other updates concern how to report individual cost items. Also the information on potential partners located outside the programme area has been revised slightly. 

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Trainee position in system support open!

Thursday, 15 December, 2016
Regional Council of Southwest Finland is looking for a trainee (system support) for a period of 4-6 months for Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020. The Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020 is a funding programme financing cross-border cooperation projects in the central Baltic Sea region. The participating countries are Finland (incl. Åland), Estonia, Latvia and Sweden.

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​Remember to check your references!

Wednesday, 14 December, 2016
We now have a large number of implementing projects, many with their own webpage. It is worthwhile to remember the importance of showing the right references in the right place. This article gives a short overview regarding the matter. To learn more, the two sources to visit are the Programme Manual and the Guide for project communication. The latter hosts an excellent overview table of required references! ... Read more