Quality of the applicationClarity of exposition, ranking of ideas, relevance of the methodology proposed, overall legibility.
Professionalism of the proposed approachKnowledge and understanding of the local context (limitations, specific needs, etc.), adequate balance between the needs identified and the solutions brought by the project, involvement of the public authorities concerned.
FeasibilityClarity of objectives, technical and financial feasibility, realism of the schedule, experience of the project leader(s), quality of the partners and relevance of the institutional setup (capacity of the participants to achieve the targets set).
ImpactRelevance of the indicators proposed to evaluate the economic, social and/or environmental impacts of the project in concrete terms, against the initial targets.
SynergiesAccording to the resources required (technical, financial, human), capacity of the project leader(s) to mobilize cofunding and other outside support.
Type of aid sought
The Student Solidarity Awards primarily finance investment and training expenditures, but may if necessary contribute to covering the most strategic operating expenses for the effective implementation of the project (expenses, transportation costs, etc.).
PermanenceConsideration of the challenges of human training and development, involvement of local resources, etc.