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In order to be able to apply for Erasmus+ KA1, the organization is required to register on the Unique Identification Portal (URF Portal) and upload the relevant data needed to create an EU Login account and receive a PIC number (Participant Identification Code). The documents needed are the following:
The EU login requires an active e-mail address, which should not be a personal one, but an address in which anybody that might undertake the project coordination in the future could have access, i.e. email address of the school.
See here detailed instructions for creating an EU Login account.
It is important to note that the form you should complete is a Web Application Form. No hard-copy submission of applications is valid. Carefully fill-in all the blanks with the appropriate data. There is an auto save functionality on the form and, therefore, the data are not lost, just make sure that there is always an internet connection when you work on the application form. When you complete it, download and save the application form on your computer. Before submitting the application, check whether it is valid, by clicking on the VALIDATE button and make sure that the following documents are annexed to the application:
Once submitted, applications are evaluated based on eligibility criteria as defined by Key Action in Section B and in Section C of the Erasmus+ Programme Guide. Applications are subject to qualitative evaluation and then ranked on the basis of their ranking in descending order. For more details, you can get information from the 2019 Erasmus+ Guide for Experts on Quality Assessment.
The results for all applications submitted are published on the websites of the National Agency of your country between the months May-August 2019. All applicants are formally notified in writing about the results for each application they have submitted. The formal commencement of your KA1 projects is September 2019.