To be eligible for funding, organisations are required to clearly define and describe their development plans and investments in a ‘project proposal’.
Given the extent and complexity of the information required by the European Commission, applying to a call for proposal demands accuracy and time. The slightest mistake or oversight might lead to the application being inadmissible. In addition to respecting the content requirements set out in the call, thought must also be given to the structure and form of a project proposal.
The EUcoach makes sure you submit a project proposal which is likely to be successful. We can help you gather and process all the information required and assists you in drafting the final text of your submission. He pays attention to the formalities – makes sure the right wording is used, that the project is well-structured and that it is aligned with the funding bodies’ objectives and the relevant evaluation criteria.
Our long-standing experience in managing the submission of proposals, also allows us to pre-evaluate project applications. For more information, see our "Project proposal pre-evaluation" service.