How many nominations can be made by each institute?
According to the number of all member countries participating in the Constantinus International Award, the number of projects that may be nominated has been fixed at a maximum of three.
How does the application process work?
Applications will be submitted online via an application tool on the website of Constantinus International Award. This tool will be ready for registration of participants from April 1st, 2020. From this moment on, national nominees may register and fill in the application form online. The application period ends on July 20th, 2020. The language of application will be English.
What is the scope of projects that may be nominated?
Here you find detailed information on this topic.
How are the projects evaluated?
The projects will be evaluated online by a jury. Here you find the evaluation criteria.
Can the member countries appoint jury members? If so, how many?
Of course each country has the right to appoint up to two jury members. We will be happy to receive your suggestions. Additionally, we would like to stress clearly the importance of jury members who have a reputation as consultants or are in a decision making position in a company that might represent a possible client.
When does the jury start evaluating the projects?
Evaluation process starts on July 24th and ends on August 13th, 2020. During this period the jury members will have time to evaluate all submitted projects online.
How many projects will receive the Constantinus International Award?
There will be one single gold medalist and two silver medalists. Being nominated is already a great honour. We also will characterise one National Champion per participating country.
The application fee for the Award is € 1.000,- excl. VAT. Who will send the invoice? Are there any further costs involved?
The application fee amounts to € 1.000,00 excl. VAT and covers organizational costs (e.g. website, first level support through the Constantinus Office etc.). Therefore, the invoice will be sent by Constantinus Office, when the submission phase is over. There are no further obligatory costs. However, we strongly recommend the IMCs to have some marketing resources and plans accompanying the award.