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1. Feasibility study

  • Practical information
  • How to apply
  • Reporting
  • Guidelines

Practical information
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:

  • Get an understanding of what the potential gains of an exchange project can be
  • Gain knowledge about the Norec project cycle, the support offered, and commitments needed in a Norec exchange project.
  • Develop the project idea, and acquire an understanding of the opportunities, risks and requirements associated with such a project.
  • Prepare an application for å collaboration agreement with Norec for the exchange.


The feasibility study includes the following activities:

  • A workshop or an introduction seminar conducted by Norec representatives. Norec’s ambition is to provide the partnerships with the framework to design a successful exchange project in line with Norec’s principles and values.
  • A partner meeting to get to know the potential of a collaboration between the partners, and to further develop their application for a Norec exchange project. A partner meeting usually lasts 2-3 days. If there is a need for a longer meeting the partnership needs to get this approved by Norec.
  • Development of routines for communication and decision-making within the partnership.
  • Preparation of project application to Norec.
  • Preparation of activity report (A03) and financial report (A04) of the feasibility study.

You have to apply for a feasibility study, If this is approved, you get funding to visit potential cooperation partners and participate at our introductory seminar.

How to apply
The application for a feasibility study must contain the following documents:

Feasibility study application (A01)

Feasibility study budget (A02)

Use the Feasibility study guidelines (A10) as a guide before you submit your application.

Send both documents to the relevant case officer at Norec. If you are a new applicant and have not been in contact with Norec previously, you can send the documents to norec@norec.no.

Reporting
Once the feasibility study has been completed, the partnership must report on the results.

Feasibility study activity report (A03)

Feasibility study financial report (A04)

Send your report directly to your case officer 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 case officer from Norec. Your case officer will accept delivery of your application documents and reports, and can guide you both before and during the application process.

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