How is the application assessed?

The application is assessed by the employees of the National Agency. Three main aspects are assessed, which are presented in the table below. This information comes from the Erasmus+ Program Guide.


Project adequacy (maximum 30 points)    
  • Adequacy of the application with regard to:
    • the objectives of the action (see section “What are the objectives of the mobility project?”);
    • the needs and objectives of the participating organizations and individual participants.
  • The extent to which the application is suitable for:
    • reaching out to young people with fewer opportunities, including refugees, asylum seekers and migrants;
    • promoting diversity, intercultural and inter-religious dialogue, shared values ​​of freedom, tolerance and respect for human rights, and projects that increase media literacy, critical thinking and sense of initiative in young people,
    • equipping youth workers with the competences and methods needed to convey the common core values ​​of our society, in particular to hard-to-reach young people, and prevent violent radicalization of young people.
  • The extent to which the application is suitable for:
    • generating high-quality learning outcomes for participants;
    • strengthening the capacity and international reach of participating organizations.
  • The extent to which the application involves new people participating in the action for the first time.
The quality of the project’s plan and its implementation (maximum 40 points)    
  • Transparency, completeness and quality of all steps outlined in the application (preparation, implementation of mobility activities and post-project activities).
  • Coherence of the project objectives and proposed activities.
  • Quality of practical arrangements, management processes and support mechanisms.
  • Quality of preparation provided to participants.
  • Quality of the proposed participatory non-formal learning methods.
  • The degree of active involvement of young people at all levels of the project.
  • The quality of the arrangements for the recognition and validation of participants’ learning outcomes and the consistent use of EU transparency and recognition tools.
  • The appropriateness of measures in relation to the selection or involvement of mobility participants in mobility activities.
  • For activities with Partner Countries neighboring the EU, a balanced representation of organizations from Program and Partner Countries.
  • Quality of cooperation and communication between participating organizations and with other relevant stakeholders.
Influence and dissemination (maximum 30 points)  
  • The quality of the measures to evaluate the results of the project.
  • Potential impact of the project:
    • on participants and participating organizations during and after the project implementation;
    • to entities other than organizations and individuals directly involved in the project at local, regional, national or European level.
  • The appropriateness and quality of measures aimed at disseminating the project results to and beyond the participating organizations.


A maximum of a project can score 100 points, but only a few succeed. If the project receives less than 60 points, it will be assessed as low-quality and will not receive funding. On the other hand, projects which receive more than XX points in the evaluation will be arranged in the order from the best to the worst, and the funds will be awarded in this way – until the pool provided in a given call is exhausted. This means that there is no fixed threshold of points that must be obtained for a project to be funded. This threshold depends on the amount of money in a given call and the quality of all other submitted projects.