What to write in your project description?

Erasmus+ project description

Why do you want to carry out this project? What are its objectives?

Pay particular attention to the European and international aspect, i.e. why is Erasmus+ funding the best way to achieve the aims of your project? How do your proposed activities link to the objectives of the Erasmus+ project description and this specific key action? Please outline how the needs and the objectives were established, i.e. through research, planning meetings. The objectives of the project should clearly seek to address the needs you establish and be relevant to the individual participants and organisation. This should link to the question one in section D. European Development Plan and further explain the wider international dimension of the activities which you are planning to undertake in order to achieve improvement at the organisational level. Read more on how to write your European Development Plan in our earlier blog post .

How did you choose your project partners? What experience and competences will they bring to the project? Please also describe how the project meets the needs and objectives of your partners.

This question is only applicable if you are undertaking job shadowing or teaching assignment and have added partners to the application at the end of section C. Please specify how you found your partner (for example: through the use of eTwinning platform; already had an established link). Please highlight what expertise, knowledge and experience they bring to the project. Please also outline how this project links to the needs and objectives of your partners.

What are the most relevant topics addressed by your project?

Select from the dropdown menu. You may choose up to three items. Do not worry if this doesn’t cover everything. Add more by clicking on the ‘+’ button and remove them by clicking on the ’-‘ button. If your project is to address more than three topics, please choose the most relevant.

Good luck with your project application and write to us info@erasmuscoursescroatia.com for more info!

Comments (4)

    • pappagal_erasmus

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    • pappagal_erasmus

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      Glad to have been able to help 🙂 We always recommend contacting your national Erasmus+ agency if you have any doubts on the application process, as they are the ones who will be evaluating your project proposal.

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