All projects start with a feasibility study, during which partners meet to complete an application for an exchange project.
The purpose of a feasibility study is to:
The feasibility study includes the following activities:
You have to apply for a feasibility study. If this is approved, you get funding to visit potential cooperation partners and participate at our intro seminar.
How to apply
The application for a feasibility study must contain the following documents:
Use the Feasibility study guidelines (A10) as a guide before you submit your application.
The following documents must be submitted together with the application:
Send all documents to the relevant programme adviser at Norec.
If you are a new applicant and have not been in contact with Norec previously, you can send the documents to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once the feasibility study has been completed, the partnership must report on the results.
Send your report directly to your programme adviser at Norec. Reports must be approved before Norec can process an application for a cooperation agreement for an exchange project.
We are happy to help you with your application!
All partnerships that are applying for a feasibility study are allocated a programme adviser from Norec. Your programme adviser will accept delivery of your application documents and reports, and can guide you both before and during the application process.