Interreg MED Programme 2014-2020 | Restricted call for proposals transfer and mainstream projects


The Interreg MED Programme is pleased to announce that the 5th call for modular projects is open from 1st February 2021 at noon (metropolitan France local time) to 15th of April 2021 at noon (metropolitan France local time).

This call is targeted to the transfer or mainstreaming of shortlisted outputs of finalised Interreg MED projects.
For a detailed description of objectives and contents of the Call, possible types of activities, partnership composition and the list of shortlisted outputs eligible to capitalise on, please refer to the relevant Terms of Reference


The indicative financial allocation for this call is about 4,6M€ (ERDF + IPA + national co-financing). The final allocation is subject to further decisions of the Interreg MED Programme Steering Committee.


For the current call for proposals, applications will be conducted in a single phase. The submission procedure consists of two main parts: a full Application Form, to be filled in and validated, and several annexes (including Partners’ additional documents) being compulsory, which shall be uploaded in SYNERGIE CTE monitoring tool. There are two different deadlines to be respected.
The application must be submitted electronically using the on-line monitoring tool of the Interreg MED Programme, SYNERGIE CTE.

For this call, a restriction to the eligibility of Lead Partners apply: only partners having participated in the modular project the proposal will capitalise on (see eligible list in the Terms of References) can apply as LPs. Furthermore, a partner can apply only once including its candidacy as LP in the framework of the call. Please refer to the Terms of References for all partnership requirements.
The application phase of the 5th call for modular projects is open, from 1st February 2021, at noon (metropolitan France local time) to 15th April 2021, at noon (metropolitan France local time).

  • The application must be finalised and validated using the on-line Interreg MED Programme tool SYNERGIE CTE before the set deadline. On 15th April, at noon (metropolitan France local time) the full application will not be accessible anymore in SYNERGIE CTE
  • The applicants have until the submission of the proposals assessment to the Steering Committee to upload on SYNERGIE CTE the compulsory annexes. The uploading must be completed at the latest by 10th May 2021, at noon (metropolitan France local time).

The compulsory annexes required are:

  • A scan of the signed Application Form confirmation page (PDF version of the Part E of the submitted Application form);
  • A scan of the signed Partner declaration from all participating partners, including the Lead Partner, using the template provided by the Programme;
  • A scan of the signed “De minimis” declaration only from the partners whose activities within the project are State Aid relevant and that are willing to apply the de minimis Regulation, using the template provided by the Programme;
  • A scan of the signed Associated partner declaration, using the template provided by the Programme, one for each associated partner (if applicable).

The applicants are invited to read carefully the Terms of Reference of this call, that includes the Eligibility and Assessment grids linked to this call, published with this announcement as well as the SYNERGIE guide dedicated to the application phase for this Call, to learn more about the modalities of the submission procedure and facilitate the drafting of your proposal in the monitoring tool. Failure to comply with the set procedure will entail the non-eligibility of the proposal.

In order to avoid important delays in the timely submission of the full application, the Interreg MED Programme Joint Secretariat invite all applicants to start filling in the application form on Synergie CTE and to initiate the signature process of the compulsory annexes as soon as possible.

Read further on the below link.

Information source:
Interreg MED
Call Deadline: 
Thursday, April 15, 2021
Further Information:
External Link