EU projects applications

If you are currently working on an EU project application (such as Erasmus+, Creative Europe, LIFE, CERV, etc.) or are considering submitting one in the future, here are some helpful tips to ensure that your next application is a success.

Understand the guidelines

The EU provides guidelines for each type of project, and it is crucial to understand them thoroughly before starting the application process. Make sure you understand the project's goals, budget, and eligibility requirements.

Know your audience

Keep in mind that your application will be reviewed by a team of evaluators, and it's essential to tailor your proposal to their interests and priorities. Highlight how your project aligns with the EU's policies and goals.

Focus on impact

EU projects are evaluated based on their potential impact. Be clear about the expected outcomes and the tangible benefits that your project will provide.

Be concise

EU project applications have a limited word count, and it's crucial to make every word count. Be concise and to the point, avoiding jargon or overly technical language.

Show collaboration

Collaboration is essential in EU projects, and it's important to demonstrate that your project has the support of relevant stakeholders, including partners, beneficiaries, and local authorities.

Emphasize sustainability

EU projects should aim for long-term sustainability. Demonstrate how your project will continue beyond the funding period and contribute to the broader community.

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Our NGO has a wealth of experience and expertise in the area of EU project applications. We specialize in providing support in the writing process and offer our knowledge and skills to assist in the development of successful proposals. It is important to note, however, that we offer our support only as selected partner of the project. This ensures that we are fully invested in the proposal and can contribute our expertise to the fullest extent

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