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FAQs

How do I participate in the EPSA 2011?

What happens after I have completed and submitted the account registration form?

Can I submit the same project under more than one theme?

Can I submit more than one project?

Can I submit several applications using only one registered account?

I have registered, but have not received a confirmation e-mail. What should I do?

Is it possible to save the information/data entered in my project application form and to finalise it at a later point in time?

What or who exactly is meant by a "public sector institution"?

What or who is meant by "other applicants" on Part A of the submission form?

Do the "other applicants" within a consortium have to be public sector organisations as well?

How many files can I submit under Part C?



How do I participate in the EPSA 2011?
You will first have to register for the EPSA 2011 and open an EPSA account. The EPSA 2011 registration form can be found under each thematic call text. Please note that the name of the theme to which you aim to apply will be preset in your online application submission. You may register and submit your application between 17 January and 25 March (12:00 PM GMT) 2011.

What happens after I have completed and submitted the account registration form?
After submitting the form you will receive an e-mail from EPSA containing confirmation of your account creation and details of your log-in data (i.e. email and password), which will allow you direct access to the online submission form.

Can I submit the same project under more than one theme?
No, you will have to decide to which theme you wish to assign your project application. It is only possible to submit a specific project application within one thematic area. However, you may submit several different projects within the same or under another thematic area.

Can I submit more than one project?
Of course it is possible to submit more than one project application. However, you may not submit the same project under two or more different themes.

Can I submit several applications using only one registered account?
Yes, you can submit more than one application with your EPSA online application account and log-in data. You will, however, have to change the thematic area to which you wish to apply.

I have registered, but have not received a confirmation e-mail. What should I do?
Please contact the EPSA 2011 helpdesk! 

Is it possible to save the information/data entered in my project application form and to finalise it at a later point in time?
Yes, with the EPSA log-in data (e-mail and password) you may access the online submission form again to edit your application, and then finalise it at a later point. In that case, you should press the button Save Draft Application. Once you have edited and finalised your application, press the Final Submission button. Then you will no longer be able to modify the final version.

What or who exactly is meant by a "public sector institution"?
The lead applicant has to be a public sector institution. This may comprise public sector enterprises, agencies or public-private partnerships from all administrative levels. The applying public sector institution will have to be fully financed by public funds.

What or who is meant by "other applicants" on Part A of the submission form?
If you apply within a consortium or the project has several partners you may list the other members in this section.

Do the "other applicants" within a consortium have to be public sector organisations as well?
No, only the lead applicant has to be a public sector organisation. The other applicants can be private, semi-public, NGOs or academic institutions.

How many files can I submit under Part C?
There is no limit to the number of files that may be submitted. However, please note that the total size of the files may not exceed 15MB.

For more information on the application submission form and process, please consult and download our "Application guide"

 

 

 


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