A new record was made in the delivery of support documents of Euneos. By 12 February, the deadline of Erasmus+ Call 2019, there were 1062 subscriptions. The growth was 16,3 % from the previous year.
The postponement of the deadline with one week helped Euneos a bit to this number. On the other hand, there was an interruption of one week in the delivery due to some technological changes Euneos could not anticipate.
Euneos has for a long time drawn attention to Erasmus+ program by free sharing of support documents. Our intention has been to serve schools, also those who have not been so well aware of funding opportunities, in applying for Erasmus+ grants.
“Why do you give them out freely? Don’t you know that you are also helping your competitors?”
I have heard these questions. Of course, there are other course providers subscribing our support documents, after which they modify the documents for their own purposes. Erasmus+ course providing is full of copycats and others who run courses ”in borrowed plumes” so to say. But the caravan goes on…
What was new in Erasmus+ Call this year 2019? Most prominently, the change to the use of an online form in receiving applications. The new online form was published pretty late, too late from the perspective of our delivery of support.
All support documents of Euneos courses had to be updated to the new format of the online form. It took quite some time. But finally, all documents were updated a month before the original deadline, 5 February 2019.
Looking back to our support for applicants of Erasmus+ grants, we can only thank schools for their growing interest in Euneos as a helpful and reliable course provider. Hopefully they will not forget Euneos courses when the grants are shared.
Just now there is nothing to give out on our website http://www.euneosmedia.com. But wait and see! Erasmus+ is a multi-dimensional program, and there is always something interesting going on. At the end of March 2019 is the deadline for Erasmus+ KA2 projects.
Euneos has a long history of EU projects, starting with Comenius 3 network COMP@CT 2001-2004. The company was born as a spin-off of COMP@CT in 2005.
There are past projects such as EFELCREN, LETHE, Bridging Europae, Patchworld, WebCEF and CEFCult in our Comenius history. The later ones, ThreeC and OpenBadges belong to the Erasmus+ KA2 projects of Euneos 2014-17.
As a course provider Euneos can have a lot to give to the project makers. A course about your topic may be one result of your project. Or you want to give training to your project staff during the funding period. It might be the most productive activity for the successful proceeding of your project.
All this can be written in your course application. Euneos has more than a dozen of different topics of courses. If your project produces a fresh new one, we are only happy to implement your course. There is an endless amount of space for your suggestions in