Erasmus+ Promotion Evaluation Criteria Applications have to comply with the following ​minimum​ requirements in order to be considered for evaluation: ● All sections in the application form must be filled out and submitted before the deadline ● Contact person/s is/are member/s of one of the following four ESAA organizations: EMA, ESN, GaragErasmus, OCEANS Network ● Application complies with the geographical scope (see list of eligible countries in the application guideline) ● Proposed event is in line with the general objective of supporting the worldwide promotion of Erasmus+ programme Applications will be assessed by the Evaluation Committee, by giving points for each of the following criteria: Note to applicants: ​Please note that the questions below each criteria are guiding questions and need ​not​ be all answered in the application.

A. Aim and objectives (0 - 5 points) a. Are the aims and objectives clearly stated in the application? (1p) b. Do the aims and objectives align with the ones listed in the application guidelines? (2p) c. Does the event have a specific target group? (2p) B. Impact (0 - 10 points) a. Does the event actively promote ERASMUS+? (4p) b. Does the event have a multiplier effect? (3p) c. Does the event effectively reach the target group (eg. potential, outgoing/incoming, returning exchange students)? (3p) C. Collaborations (0 - 5 points) a. Does the event receive support from universities, local governments, other sponsors? i. monetary (1p) ii. institutional (1p) iii. in kind (promotional) (1p) b. Does the project involve and/or reach more than one ESAA member organization? (2p) D. Budget (0 - 10 points) a. Is there a clear outline of the budget? (1p) b. Is the budget cost efficient? (7p) c. Is alternative funding secured? ⇒ Yes (2p)

E. Planning (0 - 5 points) a. Does the team have a clear and realistic implementation plan for the proposed activity/activities? (3p) b. At which planning stage is the team currently? (2p) F. Outcome (0 - 5 points) a. Does the event have a clear suggested outcome that as their main objective will promote Erasmus+? (3p) b. How is the team planning to measure/prove the outcome of the event? (2p) G. Inclusion (0 - 3 points) a. Does the event target students with special needs, from disadvantaged backgrounds or from remote areas? (3p) H. Dissemination & Communication (0-7 points) a. Are the planned dissemination activities giving sufficient visibility for the scope of project and do they ensure the sufficient participation? (3p) b. Are the channels used for disseminating the project fitting for the target audience? (2p) c. Do dissemination activities ensure visibility/impact beyond the project duration? (2p) Total Maximum Points:​ ​50 PTS

Erasmus+ Promotion Evaluation Criteria

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