What to do in order to submit a project support application?
- Register your organization and get an OID
- The application can be completed and submitted only through the official electronic form designated for each activity. The application can be completed directly via the website, the Opportunities – Adult Education section, and subsequently:
Short-term projects for mobility of learners and staff in adult education (KA122-ADU) for individual mobility projects or Accredited projects for mobility of learners and staff in adult education (KA121-ADU) for accredited organisations.
Clicking on “Apply” will open the application form. The application is saved automatically every 2 seconds. When re-signing into the account, participants must click on the “My Applications” tab where they can find their draft applications.
After providing all mandatory data and uploading mandatory attachments, the application is submitted via the SUBMIT button.
The application must be submitted in time.
Where can I find partners or a topic for my project?
Applicants can find inspiration by the database of projects that have been implemented, or on the Platform for the Dissemination of Erasmus + Outputs, but also on the EPALE platform (Electronic Platform for Adult Education in Europe) which, in addition to interesting materials, discussions and a calendar, also includes a partner search database and interesting outputs from projects; in the future, it will also include a database of educational courses.
Who can apply for a grant?
Activities are open to any public or private organisation providing adult education.
Applications may be submitted by the organisation itself in case of short-term mobility projects, and by the coordinators of national consortia in case of applications for accreditation.
Eligible organisations may include:
- Organisations providing formal, informal and non-formal adult education
- Local and regional public authorities, coordinating bodies and other organisations active in the field of adult education
Organisations holding an Erasmus accreditation in the field of adult education cannot apply for short-term projects.
Short-term projects are suitable for organisations that only have little or no experience in international cooperation and wish to try out the Erasmus+ Programme, or are not interested in organising regular mobilities. Accredited organisations cannot apply for short-term projects in the same field.
- The duration of a project is 6 to 18 months
- Only 3 projects can be implemented over 5 years
- The maximum number of participants is 30
All organisations must be established in a programme country. The target group of adult education organisations is any person who, after completing initial education or training, returns to some form of further training and education (formal, non-formal or informal), or who no longer participates in initial education and training, with the exception of teachers or supervisors in schools and in the field of vocational education and training.