WHAT: Erasmus Plus SPORT call 2023 – Tips for Applicant
WHEN: February 13 at 18.00 (CET)
WHERE: Online – Youtube
HOW: fill the form at the end of this page
The Erasmus+ Sport Info Day was already done, and new consortia and ideas are arising and being taught to be submitted in this year’s calls.
Beside finding the right partners for the project, writing a project proposal is a very complex task where different kinds of knowledge cross each other.
In fact, the grant writing process requires candidates to deeply know:
(a) the European policies in the field,
(b) the state of art in terms of research in the field,
(c) to design SMART objectives,
(d) to design a feasible methodology (linking objectives with activities, outputs and outcomes) and budget,
(e) to design an adequate impact evaluation, and
(f) to build an adequate dissemination approach, among many other details.
The aim of this action is to share best-practice tips with Erasmus+ Sport candidates, seeking to ensure best articulation between all the fields of the project description form.
Sharing his experience with us will be Bruno Avelar Rosa, Partner at Qantara Sports.
Bruno holds a PhD in Educational Psychology, a Bachelor in Sports Science, is a certified coach in Karate and Judo, and has extensive experience working in in the sports sector (at national and local public administrations, national federations, clubs, player’s union’s and NGO’s). He has deep knowledge and wide experience in Erasmus+ Sport as a project manager, grant writer, evaluator, trainer, external auditor and consultant.
If you want to learn more about how to write a successful Erasmus+ Sport project proposal, register to the Webinar and … see you there!