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Franco-Italian University's call for projects 2022

The first call for projects, 'Scientific Label 2022', supports Franco-Italian initiatives of high cultural and scientific interest that will run from July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023. Apply online by Apr 8, 2022.

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Call for projects

Eligibility

Practical information and application


CALL FOR PROJECTS

The Franco-Italian University / Università Italo Francese (UFI/UIF) is an institution for the promotion of academic and scientific collaboration between France and Italy in the field of further education and research (in accordance with Article 2 of the Protocol relating to the Agreement between the Government of the French Republic and the Government of the Italian Republic on the creation of the Franco-Italian University of May 26, 2014).

The aim of the UFI Scientific Label call for projects is to support Franco-Italian initiatives of high cultural and scientific interest.

 

To this end, UFI is launching its call for projects for events that will be held from July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023.

 

ELIGIBILITY

ELIGIBLE ORGANISATIONS

The following organisations can apply for the UFI/UIF Label

  • Academic, cultural and scientific institutions involving France and Italy;
  • Associations and foundations of academic and cultural interests. The initiative for which the UFI/UIF Label is requested must include the active and significant involvement of French and Italian stakeholders;
  • Research centers;
  • University, cultural and scientific networks with participation from France and Italy.
  • Science and cultural associations and foundations.

The initiative under the UFI/UIF label must involve the active and significant participation of French and Italian stakeholders.

 

 

SUPPORTED ACTIVITIES

Activities which may be submitted are as follows:

  • Seminars, conferences, congresses, summer schools co-organized by both countries;
  • Franco-Italian cultural events related to academia and international science societies;
  • Specific Franco-Italian university courses and/or integrated into European or Euro-Mediterranean networks;
  • Publications, French-Italian journals;
  • French/Italian translations and vice versa; translations into both languages of documents relating to the event, including simultaneous interpretation.
Please note: Projects that have already been financed in the last two years within the framework of the UFI/UIF Label Scientific program will be considered eligible only for the Label Scientifique without funding. Exceptionally, periodical conferences for which there is balanced co-financing on both sides, French and Italian, may be financed.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION AND APPLICATION

 

FUNDING

If the application for the Label is accompanied by a request for financial support, the maximum amount of funding is set at 2,000 euros per project. Funding will be provided following the signature of the funding allocation rules.

 

PROJECT SUBMISSION

All applications must be registered online (in French and Italian - the French and Italian versions must be identical, only translated into the two languages) by following the procedure provided on the website https://www.universite-franco-italienne.org.

The online application platform was open on February 4, 2022.

 

The deadline for applications is 8 April 2022 at noon (CET). 

 

 

Access to an application area.

 

Full details on the call for proposals page.

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