European Regional Development Fund
The Joint Secretariat is organizing the Lead Beneficiary seminars of the Interreg V-A Slovakia – Hungary Cooperation Programme regarding project level reporting.
The online IMIS 2014–2020 Application module is open and available from 25 April 2018.
The Joint Secretariat invites you to the Info Days of the Interreg V-A Slovakia – Hungary Cooperation Programme regarding SKHU/1801 Call for SMEs.
Joint Secretariat of the INTERREG VA – Slovakia – Hungary together with the National Authority of Slovakia and the Info Points in Košice and Bratislava, kindly invite you to Info days for beneficiaries within the first Call for proposals SKHU/1601.
Here you can find some quick links for the main functionalities.
Please chose one or browse throught the site.
Click here to reach the application module of IMIS, if you have a project proposal for an open Call.
Click here to submit a Beneficiary or a Project report.
Join our professional LinkedIn group to meet and interact with the SKHU people.
Click here if you are a Lead Beneficiary, and you would like to upload your project event.
Download the presentations of the events in Slovak and/or in Hungarian.
What can I apply for?
What if my project idea does not fit in the indicative list of supported actions?
How do I know that my project's activity falls under the State Aid rule?
What is the amount available in this call for proposals?
What documents belong to the application package?
Do the Applicants have any obligations regarding the communication of the project?
Why it is important to communicate the project?
Zemplén Television connects regions. Zemplén Television, alive with the EU's European Territorial Cooperation (INTERREG) program, connects the Hungarian and Slovakian territories of the Zemplín region. During SKHU/1601/4.1/020, the company has the possibility to implement a cross-border communication program with the RRA Sirava Partnership in Nagymihály
Arrabona EGTC, the lead partner of the project BUILCOGREEN would cordially invite the participants of its second workshop. The event will be organized in the topic of becoming a floral city, carried out in the framework of INTERREG V-A Slovakia-Hungary Cooperation Programmes.
The ceremonial opening of the OK Center in Trnava takes place under the project entitled "Borderless Financial and Economic Education". The aim of the event is to present the OK Center and inform visitors of the results achieved so far.