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A project will only have organisations indicated as Co-Beneficiary if they applied on behalf of a consortium. For KA101 and KA104 projects, only organisations that are indicated as beneficiary or co-beneficiary can be selected as the sending organisation of a mobility.

Relevant for...

 Click here to expand to see the table below indicating the Call Year(s), Key Action(s) and Action(s) where the following wiki page is relevant.
Call YearKey ActionAction

2017 onward

KA1 - Learning Mobility of Individuals


KA101 - School education staff mobility

KA104 - Adult education staff mobility

Applying on behalf of a consortium

To confirm if your organisation has applied on behalf of a consortium, please check the Applying on behalf of a consortium checkbox in Project Details > Project Information.

Only if this box is checked will you be able to select an organisation indicated as co-beneficiary.

If the project is not indicated as Applying on behalf of a consortium and it should be, please contact your National Agency in order to request an amendment to the Grant Agreement.

Apply on behalf of a consortium


Check that an organisation is indicated as a Co-Beneficiary

Organisations indicated as co-beneficiaries will be flagged as such from the organisation list and from the organisation details screen. Co-Beneficiary organisations cannot be created in Mobility Tool+.

Note: If the Co-Beneficiary or Role columns are not displayed, see MT+ List functionality to adjust the view.

Check organisation is ticked as co-beneficiary



Use Co-Beneficiary as Sending organisation

An organisation that is indicated as a Co-Beneficiary can also be used as a sending organisation for mobilities.

This is only relevant for KA101 and KA104 organisations where the organisation is indicated as a Beneficiary or Co-beneficiary.

Use Co-Beneficiary as Sending organisation