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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) - FTI-Eligibility
As far as they comply with the FTI goals (delivery of a new educational concept in three years), then it is possible.
They can, but since FTI is allocated in part II (role of industry) and part III (societal challenges) of horizon 2020, they are not entitled to receive funding from Horizon 2020. Please contact the Swiss SME-NCP for clearing this.
Not as a partner.
Yes, there is no exclusion of small markets.
Universities are also eligible and they are reimbursed at a 100% rate.
They can apply.
In the case this new application addresses a challenge under horizon 2020 and is innovative enough yes.
Then it is not research infrastructure, but deployment infrastructure that should be checked in your specific case by your health NCP and SME-NCP.
Unfortunately not. Actions should focus on bringing a product or service to the market.
It is surely a decision criterium with equal points among several applications.