Top Tips to Writing the Perfect Project
Writing a project can be a daunting task, even more so when this project needs to be written in a second language. We have many years of experience in helping our students to write projects that will see you displaying all of the skills you have obtained.
To help you understand how to write a project you will be proud of, we have broken down our advised processes. Remember that the Tellus College team are always on-hand to offer expert support on how to manage your project journey.
Read the Guide
The first step is to read and comprehend the guide published by the EU Commission on the Erasmus+ 2020 Call to understand you understand the funding rules and eligibility criteria for your chosen activity. Find the link to the guide by clicking here.
The guide is also available in your country language.
Research and generate a Project Idea
Finding an original project idea requires some research and some brainstorming. But mainly it should cover 2 key areas: a. what is the need/ issue of your school and b. how does the project present a solution to it
Keep in mind that successful KA1 mobility project should be based on the real educational needs of the school and staff and must be relevant to the action objectives and priorities of the school.
Do some research in THE ERASMUS+ RESULTS PLATFORM (https://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/projects_en ) of your country where you can search for any type of project, using the keyword that best describes your project idea
Are you Eligible?
Check the Guide and contact the National Agency in your country whether your organisation is eligible for Erasmus+ funding.
Study carefully the 4 main assessment criteria and make sure that your project ticks highly on:
- The relevance of the project– WHAT you want to do in the project and WHY
- Quality of the project design and implementation
- Quality of the partnership and the cooperation arrangements
- Impact, dissemination and sustainability
Tellus College is the right partner that can understand your project requirements, manage your students ‘needs and has a 15+ years’ experience in delivering work experience placements, vocational training and Erasmus+ mobility projects.
Our project coordinators speak most European languages and have the expertise to support you throughout the project cycle.
We are an accredited and legally compliant organisation to ensure your students’ safety.
Tellus College has been regularly shortlisted as a Work Experience Star Provider in the Study Travel Star Awards, and won the Award in both 2012 and 2015
We are located in the UK, Italy, Spain and Poland!
to accurately calculate the distance between you and your hosting partner and fill the corresponding forms correctly in the application.
Avoid last-minute submission; do not underestimate the time you need to collect all necessary information, the contribution from partners, signatures, etc. Last-minute submission could also result in unforeseen problems i.e. technical that could ruin all your hard work.
For more tips, project ideas and assistance in how to write successful Erasmus+ projects contact our project coordinators.
REMEMBER THE MAIN DEADLINE FOR KA1 IS ON FEBRUARY 5TH, 2020.