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For an easy-to-read introduction to FP7 in 21 languages, see the brochure, "FP7 - tomorrow's answers
start today", on Understanding the Seventh Framework Programme


FP7 was the European Union's Research and Innovation
funding programme for 2007-2013.
The current programme is Horizon 2020
but there are many projects funded under FP7 which are still running.

Frequently Asked Questions about FP7

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Q: Would a US partner be acceptable as a full partner in the ITN multi-site proposals if they are not recruiting researchers, but e.g. receiving researchers on secondment, contributing significantly to the training project and to the research deliverables? (All Calls)
A: No, a full partnership (beneficiary) implies recruitment since the budget allocation is proportional to the researcher months. Special financial conditions apply to Other Third Country (OTC) participants as full partners (possible only in multi-site ITNs) as indicated in the Guide for Applicants. An associated OTC partner (in this example a US partner) that is not recruiting can receive a researcher for a visit/secondment. The role has to be described and justified in the proposal.
Category : Marie Curie Actions (FP7) ( ITN (Initial Training Networks) ) , Researcher Mobility ( ITN (Initial Training Networks) ) , ITN (Initial Training Networks) ( Composition of the network ) , FP7 (Seventh Framework Programme) ( ITN (Initial Training Networks) , Marie Curie Actions )


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