This guidance provides supporting information to the Competition Details guidance specific to a Technology Strategy Board competition and is intended to answer your questions about applying for a Technology Strategy Board competition.

Further guidance can also be found in the competition brief, which is available on individual competition pages, and you will receive further guidance when you register for a competition. 

Please note this guidance is not for the Smart, SBRI or Biomedical Catalyst programmes. Please see the Smart competition and the Biomedical Catalyst competition for applications guidance for these programmes. For SBRI competitions, relevant guidance will be provided for each competition.

If you can’t find the answer to your question here, try browsing our competition FAQs. Alternatively, you can email competitions@innovateuk.org or phone the Competitions Helpline on 0300 321 4357.

Funding rules

This guidance provides reference information on the different categories of funding and the associated rules arising from our state aid framework. 

Project Costs

This guidance contains detailed information on which project costs are eligible for funding, how to complete the finance forms as well as submitting any academic costs into the Je-S system (a requirement for all academic partners).. 

Submitting your application

This guidance explains how to submit your application, any accompanying finance forms and appendices. 

What happens after you have submitted your application?

This document gives general guidance on the Technology Strategy Board assessment process, notification of decisions and how to access your assessor feedback

What happens if you're successful?

This guidance tells you what happens if your project is granted funding.  This includes information on the conditional offer letter, timescales, further information we require from your project team, the Grant Confirmation Letter and the project monitoring process once you start your project.

Finding out more

Glossary of terms

FAQs

 

Last updated on Wednesday 26 September 2012 at 12:23

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