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In this short course we go through the main steps leading to the elaboration of the budget for an EU project proposal. We first analyse the typical cost items considered eligible by the European Commission, and then we show how to use these concepts to build up the proposal's budget. We also analyse the cost models for three different programmes, namely Horizon 2020, Erasmus+ and LIFE+. As a prerequisite for getting the maximum out of this course, the learner is supposed to have a general knowledge of how to set up a proposal and of the meaning of such terms as Consortium, Partner and Workpackage.
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|Section 1: Elaborating an EU project budget|
This lecture includes an overall presentation of the course and an analysis of personnel costs
Eligible costs: other costsPreview
Building up the budget: main phases
Budget preparation, practical example: co-funding
Budget preparation, practical example (H2020): setting up the proposal budget
Raniero Chelli received his University degree in Physics in 1979 and has over 25 years of experience in international projects with specific reference to EU funded programmes in RTD and international cooperation. Project Management, Communication (personal and institutional) deep knowledge of both public and private sector deriving from experiences as a civil servant (including with the European Commission), as an entrepreneur and a free lance Consultant and as a professional trainer in the area of designing European Projects. Under this respect he has been responsible for the Research and Development module of the Master course on “Eurodesign" organised by Polytechnic of Turin in 2000-2001. He is currently President at Sophia Research and Innovation, and Italian not for profit association specializing in Eu projects especially focussing on Advanced Training and Education, IT applications and healthcare. He is also a partner and member of the Board of Directors of Sophia srl, a private company active inter alia in the area of IT consultancy and SW development.
FP7, LLP, Horizon 2020 and Erasmus+ are the programmes on which he has the most extensive experience but he can cover any kind of Direct funds programme.
He has an extensive experience in both project management, dissemination and quality control procedures as he has been responsible for the quality control in two TEMPUS projects in the last three years.
In teaching on line courses he shares the knowledge he acquired since 1985 in Eu projects with the students, in a structured way