After You Apply

THE ENTIRE PROCESS OF APPLICATION ANALYSIS MAY TAKE 5 MONTHS

1. ELIGIBILITY CHECK

At the end of the application period, the National Agency begins to formally analyse the applications for eligibility (eligibility criteria grid); additional documentation may be requested. 

2. ASSESSMENT

Next comes the quality assessment phase (Assement Guide), when applicable, which leads to a selection of applications for approval, rejection or to be placed in reserve.

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3. SELECTION

The assessed applications are sorted in descending order of the rankings obtained. The available funds are distributed by the applications in order of their position in the ranking list.
In 2020, funding for KA2 applications follows the following funds distribution:

STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP SECTOR

PARTNERSHIPS SUPPORTING INNOVATION

(% OF FUNDS KA2)

PARTNERSHIPS SUPPORTING THE EXCHANGE OF GOOD PRACTICES

(% OF FUNDS KA2) 

Higher Education

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Vocational Education and Trainning

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

School Education

See the table below

Adult Education

Not Applicable

SCHOOL EXCHANGEPARTNERSHIPS 

(% OF FUNDS KA2)

Not Applicable

OTHER SCHOOL EDUCATION PARTNERSHIPS

(% OF FUNDS KA2)

50%

4. NOTIFICATION

Selection results are communicated to applicants and published on this website.  Participants are contacted on the e-mail address on their application.

50%

5. FORMALISING AGREEMENTS

The process of formalizing agreements with entities which have approved applications follows immediately.

Grant Agreements

Documents

Before the grant agreement can be prepared, the beneficiary institution must upload to the PIC updated copies of the organisation’s identification documents (statute and commercial registers), authentication of this identification, banking information and minutes or registers that identify the legal representatives.  

Grants over 60,000 euros

For grants over 60,000 euros, private beneficiary institutions have to send documents to verify its financial situation.  If this is considered weak, a banking guarantee may be required.

Absence of Debt

Participating institutions must submit proof that taxes and other mandatory contributions are paid in full; in lieu of presenting these documents, NA may be allowed to consult directly the  institution’s status online on the Ministries of Finance and Social Welfare websites.

Issuing of Documents

As soon as all documents necessary for the grant agreement have been provided, the agreement is sent to the beneficiary to be signed by its legal representatives and returned to the NA where it is signed by the Agency management, after which the agreement will enter into force.

Grant Agreements

Grant agreements play a crucial role in project management. They include both parties’ obligations and the legal provisions and regulations that bind the parties.

Agreement Hierarchy

The original agreement template in English takes precedence over the Portuguese version.

Pre-Financing

30 days after the NA has signed the agreement, the first payment is made in accordance with the terms of the agreement.

Partnerships among schools

Schools participating in a School Exchange Partnership funded by Key-Action 2, sign a specific funding agreement with the NA in their home country. In this way, Portuguese partner schools, which take part in a project headed by a school from another European country, sign a grant agreement with the Portuguese NA.

Erasmus+

Erasmus+ is an European Commission Programme active in the fields of Education, Training, Youth and Sport (2014-2020).

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