Helping you to collaborate across borders
InterTradeIreland’s Horizon Europe travel schemes support those working in partnership on a cross-border basis in Horizon Europe to travel both on the island and across the EU.
The Cross-Border Collaboration Voucher offers up to £500 or euro equivalent to early-stage partnerships travelling across Ireland and Northern Ireland to scope out potential project ideas. We can even help identify potential partners for you – just contact email@example.com or download an application form from this page.
The EU Voucher offers up to £350 or euro equivalent per cross-border partner travelling to Horizon Europe related events, consortium meetings or EU Commission brokerage events. The purpose of the travel must be to further develop a cross border collaborative opportunity identified jointly by the North/South partnership.
Cross-border Collaboration Vouchers
The cross-border collaboration voucher can be redeemed against the cost of travel or accommodation for up to £500 or euro equivalent including VAT when meeting with partners or potential partners in the other jurisdiction with a view to engaging in Horizon Europe.
Applicants are asked to fill in all sections of the form and submit the completed application via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Download the relevant application form from the table below.
Your application will be assessed within 2 weeks and if approved you will be notified immediately.
Once approved, you will receive an expenses claim form to be used to redeem the voucher. The voucher is then valid for a period of six months.
Vouchers are limited so please submit your application early to avoid disappointment.
EU Travel Voucher
The EU travel voucher can be redeemed against the cost of travel or accommodation for up to £350 or the Euro equivalent including VAT to each partner to cover costs of accommodation and travel. The purpose of this scheme is to facilitate existing North South partnerships to travel to consortium meetings, information days and other events to meet with the European Commission and potential partners from other EU member states.
Both partners must work collaboratively to identify opportunities which necessitate travel to Europe. Both partners must clearly state on the application form the nature of the collaborative project and provide evidence to support this collaboration. (InterTradeIreland reserve the right to seek additional confirmation/evidence)