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Showcasing more than 130,000 projects, the Erasmus+ Project Results Platform (EPRP) is a valuable database that you can use to improve your project at every step of your Erasmus+ journey. Following the European Commission’s release of new EPRP features, we wanted to share some top tips for making the most of the platform during your project. The new features allow you to search the database by...
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Every year, Erasmus+ National Agencies across Europe fund Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) which encompass a number of international events, seminars, training courses and workshops. The overarching aim of TCA is to help improve the quality and impact of the Erasmus+ programme. It provides a platform for organisations to collaborate, learn and develop best practice, and share knowledge...
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Louise Wareing from Lancaster Royal Grammar School talks about serendipity, collaboration and mentoring. Thanks to an Erasmus+ cross-sector meeting, organised by the UK National Agency, Louise met and established a relationship with a colleague from a different sector that is having a major impact on her, her school and its pupils. Louise tells us more... "Lancaster Royal Grammar School is one of...
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Key Action 2 is all about partnerships, whether that be exchanging good practices or cooperating for innovation. But there’s a lot that goes behind creating an effective partnership. Planning to apply for your first Key Action 2 project? Or need advice for partnership management? Take a look at our tips below, including insights from our beneficiaries. 1. Choose the right partners and build...
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There’s nothing as motivating as a deadline and the 2020 Call deadlines are now approaching. Here’s five tips to help you get application ready. 1. Priorities and criteria The applications that score highest are well prepared, well justified and clearly aligned with Key Action priority areas. If you are unsure of the priority areas for your sector and Key Action, take a look at the 2020 Programme...
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The European Commission has recently released a new platform for organisations with decentralised projects. The Organisation Registration System, which replaces the Participant Portal, allows Erasmus+ organisations to register their details, manage their projects, as well as search for other organisations. Each organisation on the platform can be identified by its unique Organisation ID (OID)....

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