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Erasmus+ Programme Guide
A participating organisation is an organisation or informal group of young people involved in the implementation of an Erasmus+ project.
All participating organisations have to be registered in the Organisation Registration system and should have received an Organisation ID before completing an application form. The Organisation ID is then used to complete the organisation details in the form. Organisation information cannot be updated in the application form, only in the Organisation Registration system. Check the Organisation Registration Guide for more details.
Depending on the application form being filled in, organisations of different roles to the project may be added. In general for all roles:
The role of the organisation will vary depending on the type of application form being filled in. For some, the applicant will be the sole participating organisation indicated and for other applications all roles may be used.
- Applicant: participating organisation or informal group that submits grant application. Applicants may apply either individually or on behalf of other organisations involved in the project. In the latter case, the applicant is also defined as coordinator.
- Consortium: two or more participating organisations teaming up to prepare, implement and follow up a project or an activity within a project. A consortium can be national (i.e. involving organisations established in the same country) or international (involving participating organisations from different countries).
- Coordinator/Coordinating organisation: a participating organisation applying for an Erasmus+ grant on behalf of a consortium of partner organisations.
- Partner (organisation): participating organisation involved in the project but not taking the role of applicant.
Click on the links below to see how to complete the participating organisation(s) details. If unsure as to which role of organisation is required for your application form, please return to the index for your current application.