How can my organisation apply for EU grant?

If you don’t have experience with EU proposals, applying for Erasmus grant can be a bit confusing. In reality it’s not that hard! Here’s what you have to do:

In order to apply for Erasmus+ grant you will need an EU Login account by which you login to all the online applications and an OID number (Organisation ID) .

After completing STEP 1 you can submit your application in EU Participant Portal for Grant via KA1 (mobility deadline: 23.12.2023 at 12:00 CET) or Erasmus Accreditation (deadline: 19.10.2023 at 12:00 CET).

Find a course that suits your needs from a wide selection of 35 courses in our website.  As you can see we are focused on the development of entrepreneurial and communication skills, relationships, empowerment of teachers, creativity, teaching science, managing stress etc. All of our courses are connected with the ERASMUS+ MAIN PRIORITIES IN 2023 which are:

  • Inclusive Erasmus+, including the integration of refugees
  • Green Erasmus+ (Climate and biodiversity mainstreaming)
  • Digital Erasmus+
  • Participation in democratic life, common values and civic engagement

With pre-registration to one of our courses you’ll pre-book your place and prove established relationship with your national agency. After that we will send you a pre-registration confirmation.

Download an application form from your National agency website and prepare a proposal under the Key Action 1 (KA1), Learning Mobility of Individuals. Use the Erasmus + guide 2023 in order to complete your submission.

Note that there is just one deadline each year so don’t miss it! If your organization doesn’t apply, you’ll have to wait until next year for grant approval. In writing Erasmus+ application you will also need our OID number, which is E10020547 .

Don’t hesitate to communicate us for assistance if you meet any problems.

Submit the application to your National agency. All the files are submitted online, so you’ll need to scan documents.

Keep your fingers crossed and check webpage of your national agency for results. Majority of eligible countries publish results in late spring/early summer (May, June).

When you receive positive feedback from your agency, please let us know so we can confirm your chosen dates.

After you receive a grant approval notice, you’ll need to sign a contract with your national agency. It takes around two months from grant approval to the transfer of grants to your organisation.