The Best Way to Get Your Erasmus+ Application Approved

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We’re sure you desperately want to get your Erasmus+ application approved – so here’s the best way to do it.

Talk to Experts

First, there’s a lot of help out there, you should talk to experts, professionals and even colleagues and they will help get you started. Do attend a webinar or seminar given by your Erasmus+ or Turing Scheme agency because they will be able to keep you up-to-date with the latest information and direct you along the way, especially with how to get started.


Get Hold of Support Material

We’d also recommend taking a sneaky peak at another Erasmus+ or Turing Scheme application. You can even get hold of blueprint and support materials from us, just ask by clicking here.


Share the Load

Another good tip is to share the load if necessary and start writing straight away. Gather as much support material and support as possible. There are lots of options out there if you don’t have the capacity to write your own application. For example, you can jump on-board with an NGO’s application in your area and of course, we’d be delighted to direct you to that NGO and make sure that you’re in-line with their values and they can take you on-board.


Find a Teacher with Erasmus+ Experience

Another really good option to make it easy for you is to have another teacher with experience in writing applications to help you to get started and get everything complete. At TravelEdventures, we work with a team of retired teachers who are hugely experienced in writing these types of applications who are happy to share their knowledge.

Whatever your situation, just make sure to get in touch and if you need help writing your application, don’t forget that we’re here for you and will be able to direct you.

Read also these relevant blogs:

What Makes an Application Sing? How YOU Can Help your Agency

The 7 Steps to Writing A Successful Turing Scheme Application

9 Steps After Your Erasmus+ or Turing Application

Required Documents and Deadlines for Your Erasmus+ Application