Interreg Baltic Sea Region 2021-2027

Pre-launch of the call!

The preparations for offering EU funding for people with smart ideas of how to shape the Baltic Sea region are at full swing.

Since November 2021, in the pre-launch phase of the call, the applicants can learn more detailed information about the thematic scope of the new Programme objectives as well as technicalities related to project types and financial matters.

For core projects

Innovative, waters-smart & climate-neutral societies

Core projects 

Although the official opening of the call is scheduled for 8 February 2022, all applicants interested in core projects are invited to submit their Project Idea Forms already in the pre-launch phase. Project Idea Forms or PIFs – as we call them – are an obligatory step in applying for funding in our Programme.

Indicative timeline*

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8 February 2022

Official launch of the call

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15 March 2022

Deadline for submitting Project Idea Forms (PIFs)

G

12 April 2022

Deadline for consultations

Deadline for requesting access to BAMOS+

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26 April 2022

Deadline for submitting applications 

G

September 2022

Selection of applications by the Monitoring Committee

For small projects

Innovative, waters-smart & climate-neutral societies

Small projects 

Although the official opening of the call is scheduled for 8 February 2022, all applicants interested in small projects are invited to submit their Project Idea Forms already in the pre-launch phase. Project Idea Forms or PIFs – as we call them – are an obligatory step in applying for funding in our Programme.

Indicative timeline*

G

8 February 2022

Official launch of the call

G

09 March 2022

Deadline for submitting Project Idea Forms (PIFs)

G

16 March 2022

Deadline for consultations

Deadline for requesting access to BAMOS+

G

30 March 2022

Deadline for submitting applications 

G

June 2022

Selection of applications by the Monitoring Committee

For EUSBSR PACs

Cooperation governance

Assistance to the policy area coordinators of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region

The Programme provides funding to the policy area coordinators (PACs) to coordinate the policy areas and facilitate implementation of actions defined in the EUSBSR action plan.

From December 2021, you can request an feedback to your draft project application. Please send an email to governance@interreg-baltic.eu. You can also request access to the electronic data exchange system BAMOS+. It is the system you will use to develop and submit your full application. For more information, go here.

Indicative timeline*

G

8 February 2022

Official launch of the call

G

16 March 2022

Deadline for requesting feedback

G

30 March 2022

Deadline for submitting applications 

For EUSBSR Strategy point

Cooperation governance

Assistance to a Strategy point of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region

The Programme provides funding to the Strategy point for its administrative and technical support for the EUSBSR management, communication, coordination and capacity building as well as for stimulating exchange and sharing knowledge among the policy areas, including cooperation with the partner countries.

From December 2021, you can submit your Project Idea Form (PIF) to the Managing Authority/Joint Secretariat via e-mail to governance@interreg-baltic.eu and request an individual online consultation. It is an obligatory step in applying for funding in our Programme. During the consultation, you will receive tailored feedback to your project idea.

As lead partner, you will receive the registration number of your PIF via e-mail. You will need this number in order to apply for the electronic data exchange system BAMOS+. It is the system you will use to develop and submit your full application. For more information, go here

Indicative timeline*

G

8 February 2022

Official launch of othe call

G

09 March 2022

Deadline for submitting Project Idea Forms (PIFs)

G

16 March 2022

Deadline for consultations

G

30 March 2022

Deadline for submitting applications 

*Disclaimer

Please note that the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme Document is subject to adoption by the European Commission. During this process the Programme content might be revised. Timeline of the calls is dependent on the duration of the adoption process.

All documents related to this call for applications are also subject to approval by the Monitoring Committee of the Programme. The Monitoring Committee will be constituted after adoption of the Programme by the European Commission. The Monitoring Committee might potentially change conditions of the call.

When submitting the applications, the applicants shall accept the above risks. The programme and the participating Member States cannot be held responsible or liable in any way for any claims, damages, losses, expenses, or costs.