Erasmus+ Sport Deadlines - MOVE Congress Erasmus+ Sport Deadlines 2015 Action Deadlines (note midday
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MOVE Congress 2014 Erasmus+ Fundraising session
Practical information for applicants and partners
Erasmus+ Sport Deadlines 2015
Action Deadlines (note midday Brussels time)
Amount allocated (80% eligible costs)
Estimated number of projects selected
22/01/2015 (for projects related to European Week of Sport; project start between 1 April and 1 September 2015)
14/05/2015 (for projects not related to European Week of Sport; project start 1 January 2016)
1,600,0000 (total) 500,000 (max)
13,178,938 (total) 500,000 (max)
Not-for-profit European sport events
22/01/2015 (for events organised for European Week of Sport; project start 1 May 2015*)
14/05/2015 (for events organised outside European Week of Sport, project start 1 November 2015)
600,000 (total) 250,000 (max)
1,400,000 (total) 500,000 (max)
*Note: European Week of Sport runs from 7-13 September 2015 (EU level) and 7-30 September (National events in European Week of Sport context)
Examples of organisations which are eligible to apply
! A public body in charge of sport at local, regional or national level ! A National Olympic Committee or National Sport confederation ! A sport organisation at local, regional, national, European or international level ! A national sports league ! A sport club ! An organisation or union representing athletes ! An organisation or unions representing professionals and volunteers in sport ! An organisation representing the 'sport for all' movement ! An organisation active in the field of physical activity promotion ! An organisation representing the active leisure sector ! An organisation active in the field of education, training or youth.
! 28 EU member states
! Non-EU programme countries: Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Turkey
Partner countries (conditional)
" Western Balkans: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia
" Eastern Partnership Countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Territory of Ukraine as recognised by international law
" South-Mediterranean countries: Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Syria, Tunisia
" Russian Federation: Territory of Russia as recognised by international law
# Switzerland and non-European countries not listed to the right can be partners only under special conditions
All applicants and partners must be registered on ECAS:
All applicants and partners must have a PIC number:
Applicants: Make sure your partners are registered as “non- profit organisations”. Gather PIC numbers and organisation information from your partners early so you can give them a hand if needed...
It is important for partners to provide their PIC number to the applicant.
But first, they need to know what a PIC number is...
And they only need to have one (the same applies to the applicant).
• Read the Eramus+ Programme Guide
• Check for calls
• Review the priorities/topics for 2015
• Develop your project idea – consider carefully who can partner you and what their roles will be
• Download the application form annexes (project description, declaration of honour, budget spreadsheet)
• Complete these documents and consult your partners during the process
• Download the online application form and ensure all required fields are filled in before submission – inform your partners that it has been submitted
Checklist for project applicants:
Make sure you are filling in Detailed Description of the Project on the right template and in the right format.
Budget table: annex to application
Create a new application for funding and select Erasmus+
Select the language version of your application form and follow the steps
Add your and all of your partners’ PIC numbers to generate the form. Core partners’ PIC numbers are required, associated partners’ are not.
Don’t think your form has downloaded properly? Check your “Downloads” folder – it is most likely there.
← Remember to test your connection before you try to submit.
Don’t forget to extract a project summary from your description – it can only be 2000 characters long
Make sure this balances with your green budget table annex
And make sure this balances too
Remember to attach all of your annexes
You know that your application has been successfully submitted when you see a number like this appear. If you get an error screen, press print screen and save the error message in case you can’t solve the problem by yourself.
Now you can relax knowing that you’ve done all you can do.
It’s time to cross your fingers and await the results of the reviewing process…
Thank you for listening and
remember your deadlines so you don’t
miss the boat ☺
Rachel Payne, ISCA Fundraising and