Assessment and selection of applications
The application process is two-staged. In the first stage, prospective center leaders are invited to submit letters of interest with short outline proposals. These proposals are processed by the board alone. In the second stage, applicants submit full applications that are thoroughly scrutinized by a set of international experts in the field. Prior to the final selection, the board meets with each applicant.
Assessment and selection process:
Senior Adviser Johanne Juhl, e-mail: mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel.:+45 3318 1951
Applicants’ overall success rate from submitting an outline proposal to obtaining a center grant is only 6 percent. About 13-20 percent of the outline proposals move on to the full application phase, and only 30-40 percent of those applications result in new Centers of Excellence.
Find more information about the various steps in the assessment and selection process in the menu on the left.
- Centers of Excellence
- What is a Center of Excellence?
- Assessment and selection of applications
- Start of new centers
- Evaluation and Monitoring
- Active Centers of Excellence
- List of all DNRFs Centers of Excellence
- Other funding mechanisms
- Info for Reviewers
- Over all Principles
- New Applications - CoE
- New Applications - China
- Mid-term Evaluation
- Final Evaluation