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The illustrations in the provided Wiki pages are for consultation purpose only and may not always reflect the latest implementation. 

This page explains how to view the details for a granted project available under My projects on the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps platform, with a focus on the Details section. 

Project details such as Project Title, National ID, Start and End of Project cannot be changed at this point in the lifecycle of your project. To request changes for those details contact your National Agency.



1. Open project from the Project List

From the Project list, click on the blue View (eye) icon in the Actions column for the project you want to open.

Project list


2. Project structure

The Details section of the project opens by default. From here you can easily navigate to the other sections using the Content Menu.

The following elements are available: 

  1. Header - the project card in the header provides a quick overview of the main details: grant agreement number, applicant Organisation ID and legal name, National Agency, budget, and project status
  2. Content menu - allows you to navigate to the various sections of the project by clicking on the relevant tabs
  3. Filter - where available, the preset filter tabs allow you to access a specific subsection of the section you are viewing
  4. Content area - shows the detailed information of the section you are viewing, and where applicable, allows you to manage project data (e.g. contacts, activities, etc)

Use the available scrollbars, to view all information. You can use the arrows to hide (<) or display (>) the Content menu and/or Filter panel, or to expand the project card.

Project Activities and Budget Details

2.1. Project sections

Certain sections are common to all projects:

  • Details - shows the basic project information, such as Applicant Organisation ID, National Agency, project title,etc. This section is detailed further below
  • Organisations - allows you to manage the participating organisations in your project
  • Contacts - allows you to manage the project contacts and their access rights
  • Budget - provides an overview of the declared/reported budget and where applicable, allows you to provide additional details in relation to certain grants requested for your Erasmus+ or European Solidarity Corps project
  • Reports - allows you to submit the final beneficiary report

Other sections are specific to the programme or key action you have applied for. Here are some examples (the list is not exhaustive):

  • Participants (ESC30-SOL) - allows you to add and manage the project participants.
  • Mobility activities - allows you to add and manage the mobility activities for KA1 youth mobility projects.
  • Fewer opportunities - allows you add and manage information regarding the fewer opportunities encountered by certain participants to your granted projects.

3. View the "Details" section

The Details section provides project information such as programme, key action, action type, duration and dates, National Agency, Beneficiary organisation details and more. You can use the preset Filter tabs to access a specific subsection. 

Filter tab and Details section

3.1. Details

Displays all details for the project, separated by subsections. Use the scrollbar to see other sections of the Details subsection.

Details section

3.2. Context

Shows the Context Information of the project, submitted with the Application form. Here you find information such as the Programme, Key Action, Action Type etc. for the project.

Context section

3.3. Information

Contains Project Information such as Project code (Grant Agreement No.), Project title (if applicable), Project status and more.

Information section

3.4. National agency

Displays the name and code of the National Agency having ownership for the project. 

National Agency section

3.5. Beneficiary organisation 

Displays information on the Beneficiary organisation, such as OID, Legal name and, if applicable, the Erasmus code (ECHE accreditation) if the organisation is a Higher Education Institution and more.

Beneficiary organisation section

3.6. Project Access

Displays information on the logged in user access rights to the project and if the project is locked or not.

Project access section

3.7. History Information

Displays the History Information, meaning an overview of changes made to the project, with the details of who made the changes and when these changes were made. Information on the creation date of the project in Beneficiary My projects is also available here.

History Information section

Expected Outcome

  • The Project Details have been viewed.