Applications for Erasmus+ have a set deadline, visible on the home screen and in the header of the form. If you miss the official application deadline you will not be able to send your application.
An exception is made if you can prove that you tried to apply before the official application deadline and were not able to do so for technical reasons. In such case contact your National Agency.
Your application may still be considered for late submission if the following three conditions are met:
- The date and time of your last submission attempt as mentioned in the electronic application form Submission History section are before the applicable official application deadline.
- You have informed your National Agency within 2 hours after the application deadline (Brussels time). After this time, your application can no longer be considered.
- You have sent to your National Agency within 2 hours after the application deadline (Brussels time), by email, a complete application form unmodified after your submission attempt (in pdf form). See how to print the form.
The National Agency will then decide whether to accept your late submission or not. If it is accepted, the National Agency will reopen your application and give you permission to either only submit or make changes to your application before submitting it.
The new deadline for submission will be communicated to you by the National Agency, but it is not displayed in the application and the number of days left for late submission is also displayed in the My applications tab. The original call/round deadline remains displayed inside the form.
After the application is reopened, submit it in the same way as described under Submitting the application.
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You may see the Edit option in the contextual menu of your application even if you only have the permission to submit it without further edits. In this case, when you open the application all the fields are greyed out and only the Submit button is active. This behaviour is normal.