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UPDATE: please note that an estimated budget form signed by the legal representative of the applicant organisation should be saved on the CD-Rom. For more information please read the "Instructions for applicants", page 4.
The e-Form must be submitted before Midday, 12:00 Brussels time on 06/02/2013. The application package must be sent at the latest on 06/02/2013.For more information about the agenda of the procedure, please consult the Calendar 2008-2013.
The Executive Agency has developed an on-line submission tool.
All applications must be made via the submission of an electronic form and the submission of an application package.
Proposals that are not complete and valid by 06/02/2013 are not eligible.
Please read the instructions on how to apply with the electronic form (referred to as the "eForm" below).
You will find hereunder all relevant documents for Strand 1.2.2
You need to have the Adobe Reader version 8.1.5 or higher installed on your computer in order to able to download and complete the eForm. If you don't have it on your computer, please click here to download the latest version of Adobe Reader.
You will also find on this page all technical issues related to the eForm:
In order to fill in your electronic application (e-form) properly:
The following annexes will have to be attached to the eForm and submitted on-line at the same time:
You can then submit your e-Form application on-line before 06/02/2013 midday, 12:00 Brussels time.
The application package to be sent to the Executive Agency must include a CD-Rom or USB stick containing all requested documents. The documents that cannot be provided on CD-Rom or USB stick and the ones which are mentioned below must be sent on paper.
Please note that failure to include these documents in the application package makes your application ineligible (no exceptions will be granted).
You must send the application package by post at the latest on 06/02/2013 (the postmark serves as proof) to the Executive Agency, at the following address:
Education, Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency
Culture Programme (2007–2013)
Programme Strand 1.2.2. Literary translation
Avenue du Bourget 1
B – 1140 Brussels Belgium
Documents can be sent:
The list of languages and flat-rate codes has been established on the basis of the following definition:
"Eligible languages are the official languages of the countries taking part in the Programme plus Latin and ancient Greek. The official languages referred to in this case are the official languages as defined by the Constitution or by the basic law of the respective country." (Programme Guide, Section V.3.3)
List of eligible languages
* Provisional code which does not prejudge in any way the definitive nomenclature for this country, which will be agreed following the conclusion of negotiations currently taking place under the auspices of United Nations
Should you not find, in the drop-down menu, the official original or target language you are applying for, please apply the following procedure:
The Agency will process your application accordingly.
Please note that other languages than those mentioned above will be eligible if they comply with the above-mentioned definition. This will be assessed on a case-by-case basis during the eligibility check carried out for all applications.
Depending on the type of question or problem encountered – technical or non-technical – there are different services that should be contacted.
If after this you still have a question or have encountered a technical problem which could not be solved, please contact the EACEA Technical Helpdesk services that are available to assist you by phone or email.
These services are available from Monday to Thursday, from 08:30 to 17:30 and Fridays from 08:30 to 17:00 (Brussels time), except on 06/02/2013 on which day the EACEA Technical Helpdesk will close at 12:00 midday Brussels time (deadline for submission).
If you are experiencing a technical eForm problem in the approach to the midday deadline (12:00 Brussels time) on 06/02/2013, please ensure that you as an applying organization directly request assistance from the EACEA Technical Helpdesk before the midday deadline has passed. If the Helpdesk is contacted after the midday deadline, your application will under no circumstances be accepted due to the principle of equal treatment.
When contacting the EACEA Technical Helpdesk by e-mail, clearly describe the technical problem you are encountering. It is advisable to attach a document with print screens to illustrate the problem (e.g. a print screen of any error message encountered).
Please start by carefully reading the Programme Guide and the Instructions for applicants
If you still have questions after this, please contact the Cultural Contact Point for your country, which can provide valuable information and assistance.
As last resort, you can send an email to the Executive Agency, at the following address: EACEA-P5-LITERARYTRANSLATION@ec.europa.eu
Please note however that the Executive Agency is not authorised to answer queries related to the content of your application.Please do not contact any other Commission services or individual people you might have been in contact with before.
Please note that acknowledgements of receipt will be sent immediately to applicants. If you do not receive your acknowledgement please send an e-mail to the functional mailbox email@example.com