Starting Thursday, September 1, the acceptance of student applications for the 2nd round of the Innovation Grant Programme of the project “Innovation grants for students in the interdisciplinary fields of art, culture, economics and IT (MaKE IT)” is launched. The application will be valid until 25th September 2022.
To apply to the programme:
- The student can submit his/ her idea to find a team or collaboration partner for its implementation here. The claimed idea will come to the Repository of ideas.
- If you want to work on the ideas put forward by others, you should get acquainted with those that are available in the project’s Ideas repository of 1st and 2nd round. If the idea seems interesting, you should contact the applicant of the idea by pressing the button “Mani interesē” and discuss the possibilities of working on the implementation of the idea with the applicant (company, institution or other student).
- If students already have an idea, or when the development of the idea has been discussed with the applicant of the idea and a team is created, then the application form with attachments should be filled in.
- In preparing the application, be sure to consult with the project activities implementation coordinators, collaboration partners and other possible advisors.
- The completed application form with attachments in word and pdf formats should be sent by e-mail to the address: [email protected]. After that, the organizers will contact the team about the next steps.
Detailed information on the application process is available here.
The project “Innovation grants for students in the interdisciplinary fields of art, culture, economics and IT(MaKE IT)” No. 188.8.131.52/21/A/003 partners are Bank School, Albert College, the Institute of Economics of the Latvian Academy of Sciences, Ventspils High Technology Park, the EKA University of Applied Sciences Foundation, EUROLCDS Ltd. The project will be implemented over a period of 24 months, from 22 November 2021 to November 2023.
The total cost of the project is 1,075,534.72 EUR, incl. ERDF funding – EUR 900,000.00 (83.68%) and private co-financing – EUR 175,534.72 (16.32%).