Actions: 1.1 Youth Exchanges; 1.3 Youth democracy; 2 European Voluntary Service; 3.1 Cooperation with the Neighbouring Partner Countries of the European Union; 4.3 Training and Networking; 5.1 Meetings of young people and those responsible for youth policy
NOTICE CONCERNING 1ST SEPTEMBER DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS
Applications must be submitted on-line before 12.00 p.m. (mid-day Brussels time). After this time the on-line application system will be closed until it is re-opened for the next application phase. Due to the 1st September being a Saturday, the documents to be submitted by post will be accepted with a postmark of 3rd September.
If you experience a technical problem when submitting your application this must be reported to the EACEA by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) before 12.00 p.m. (mid-day Brussels time) on the 1st September. Technical problems reported after this time will not be accepted as justification for the late submission of applications. All technical problems reported before this deadline will be responded to on Monday 3rd September.
We again advise applicants not to wait until the last moment for submitting their application on-line.
(Please note: All applicants are required to submit their application on-line.)
All proposals must comply with the provisions set out in the Youth in Action Programme Guide. The Programme Guide has the status of a call for proposals.
Applications must be submitted no later than the deadline for submission as specified in the calendar 2007 – 2013.
Applications must be submitted before 12.00 p.m. (mid-day Brussels time) on the final date for applications. After this time the on-line application system will be closed until it is re-opened for the next application phase.
The form is available in English, French and German but may be completed in any of the official languages of the European Union – except for part C.4 of the form (C.3 for action 2) which must in all cases be completed in English, French or German.
If you experience a technical problem when submitting your application this must be reported to the EACEA with written details/confirmation before 12.00 p.m. (mid-day Brussels time) on the final date for applications. This allows the EACEA time to respond to and resolve technical problems. For details of how to report technical problems please click here. Technical problems reported after this time will not be accepted as justification for the late submission of applications.
We advise applicants not to wait until the last moment for submitting their application on-line.
The grant application form is available for completion and submission on-line. All applicants are required to submit their application on-line.
Before you start to fill in your on-line application form please print and read the user guide available from the eForm page.
Go to the eForm page and download the eForm: Please click here to access and download the eForm for the Youth in Action Programme.
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:
There is only 1 eForm for actions 1.1, 1.3, 3.1, 4.3, and 5.1 (for action 2 see below). You must choose, from the eForm drop-down menus, the relevant programme action and sub-action as the eForm structure and the information requested will change according to the action specified.
Once you have downloaded the relevant eForm you must complete and validate all of the data fields. In addition, you must complete and attach the following additional documents / annexes:
2. Workplan / daily timetable and budget:
[note: Use the relevant form to calculate your budget and grant request before completing the financial details in the eForm (part C5). The financial details and totals produced by this form must be entered into the eForm without modification.]
All budget forms have a fixed number of rows for separate budget items. If you require a form with additional rows send your request to email@example.com
Do not try to add additional rows yourself as this will invalidate the automatic formulas which are built into the spreadsheet.
It is recommended that you do not validate your eForm until you have finished completing it as validation slightly alters the look of the form. When you are ready, click on the validate button and various checks will be automatically performed to ascertain whether your eForm is ready for submission.
If there are any validation errors present they will be mentioned on the last page of your eForm. The errors themselves will be highlighted in pink. All errors must be corrected otherwise you will not be able to validate and submit your application.
Once you have completed, validated, and submitted your eForm (for a detailed explanation see the user guide) a submission number will be automatically added to the bottom of every page of the eForm.
Here is an example of a submission number:
IF THE SUBMISSION NUMBER HAS NOT BEEN AUTOMATICALLY ADDED TO YOUR eForm, please contact the Helpdesk for further advice.
Only applications submitted on-line, with a project reference number as proof, will be accepted for further evaluation. Applications submitted only by post, fax or e-mail will not be accepted.
The following documents, plus relevant supporting information (e.g. bank statements, registration documents, VAT registration certificates) must be submitted by post by all applicants. Documents must be sent no later than the deadline for submission as specified in the calendar 2007 – 2013.
Please note: Applicants are requested NOT to staple or bind documents submitted by post.
*** ATTENTION - Your project submission number (see above) must be clearly written on all documents submitted by post ***
This action is managed by the EACEA, Unit P6 Youth.
All relevant information can be obtained from:
EACEA - Unit P6 Youth Education, Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency
Avenue du Bourget 1