The illustrations in the provided Wiki pages are for consultation purpose only and may not always reflect the latest implementation.
The beneficiary module (BM) allows beneficiary and partner organisations of Erasmus+ & European Solidarity Corps awarded projects, access to the project information. It offers the ability to encode activities and participants, request individual participant reports and submit final reports to their National Agencies. National Agencies also have access to these projects to monitor and validate information entered by beneficiary organisations.
For a quick overview of the basic functionalities of the Beneficiary Module, please view the eLearning videos.
In the My Projects section of the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps platform you can access and manage your projects funded through Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps actions managed by National Agencies and in which your organisation is involved as a beneficiary, co-beneficiary or partner.
If your application for funding is accepted, once it is processed by your National Agency and the grant agreement is signed by all relevant parties, you, your co-beneficiaries and your partners (where applicable) will have access to the project information under My projects. Here you will be able to manage the project organisations and contacts, report on activities, events and participants, request individual participants' reports and submit final reports to the relevant National Agencies.
National Agencies also have access to beneficiary projects to monitor and validate information entered by beneficiary organisations.
The management of the project and its contents is the responsibility of the Beneficiary Organisation users. National Agencies do not modify any project information reported by or on behalf of the beneficiary organisations.
Sign in to the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps platform with your usual EU Login account, as explained in the page How to use the Erasmus and European Solidarity Corps platform.
In the main menu select Projects and then My Projects.
All contacts and legal representatives of the beneficiary and partner (where applicable) organisations who were defined in the original application form or during the processing of the application by the National Agency will automatically have access to view and manage their corresponding projects.
Notifications are also sent to those contact persons once the project is available under My Projects. At this point, they can indicate additional contacts for all beneficiary and partner organisations and define their access rights to the project. Therefore, the list of projects you are able to view and manage under My Projects depends on whether you are associated with those projects and on the access rights you have been granted.
If you cannot see your project in the list, please contact the colleague acting as primary contact for your project within the beneficiary organisation. If you believe this is due to a technical issue, please contact the National Agency (Erasmus+) / National Agency (European Solidarity Corps) managing your project.
For specific details about the project list please see the page Project list.
Here you will find all available documentation describing the project sections and any other relevant information for managing your project in the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps platform.