Follow the documentation check lists: Creating a wiki page & Review and Publishing a wiki page. Those check lists are not accessible to the National Agencies.



Do not copy a page without following the check list. A copied page no matter the status will automatically be published on saving. The location of the page must be changed to Copied pages - restricted to editors before first save to avoid this. Please, note this message as well as the check lists are not visible to the NA user group.



This check list is not visible to the National Agencies.

  • Ensure that the location is under Copied pages - restricted to editors

  • If changes are required to be done by EAC IT TRAINING
    • Update status to Changes & Send request to EAC IT Training






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Page labels:


User review IMT reference: 

Status:



The page should be marked by one of the 6 statuses. The page may be in DRAFT or is ready for or undergoing  . If the page is published for NA Working group review it will be indicated as  .
Finally the page is PUBLISHED.  The page may be hidden from the NA user group once it is  but may remain on this wiki for reference. Please, note this message is not visible to the NA user group.





Quick steps


Detailed steps



Steps
1

Open the Erasmus+ Applications.

To start your application, access the Erasmus+ Applications web page. Open calls are available from the Opportunities tab.

All opportunities are grouped by Field of Opportunity, by Key Action or Accreditations.

 

2

Select an opportunity and click "Apply".

Click on the desired field, key action or accreditation to find the full list of opportunities in that category. Opportunities that are currently open display an Apply button.

In the example below, we clicked on the School Education field of opportunity. Select the opportunity you want to apply for and click the Apply button.



3

Draft application already exists.

If you already started to draft an application for a selected action type, a pop up will display stating Draft application already exists, after you clicked the Apply button.

Click on Open existing draft to open the already existing form in edit mode to continue filling it in. Click on Create a new application to start from an empty form. 



4

Start Screen.

The start screen opens. Here you will find:

  1. Notifications - this section is displayed as soon as you click on the Apply button if there are important announcements regarding the key action you are applying for. Otherwise, the form opens with the Guidelines section. Please read this section carefully before you start, as it contains important information that assists you in filling out the application form.
  2. Information on the selected opportunity and key action
  3. Application main sections menu, displaying sections such as Context, Participating Organisations, Project Description, Annexes, Checklist and more, depending on the action type.
  4. The Auto save information.  
  5. A PDF button, used to export the application as a PDF file. And the Submit button, which will only be active once all parts of the application are filled in.

You can now start entering all details of your application. 







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