Call 2016-19

The call for submissions is now closed.
The call for submissions is now closed.

Project types

Within the current Call there are two broad types of project proposals which can be submitted - open and closed.

Open project proposals: the ECML outlines the broad themes but does not predetermine the content or output of such projects. Moreover, open project proposals must be submitted by complete project teams.

Closed project proposals: the ECML provides detailed project information to which project proposals ideally correspond. For 3 out of the 4 closed project proposals only individual professionals can apply either as project coordinators or other team members; in the case of project – “Towards a Common European Framework of Reference for language teachers” either individuals or teams/consortia can apply. For further details please refer to the following link.

In addition, all project proposals should focus primarily on either development or mediation according to the definitions below:

Primary focus of project work on

  • Development: creating new, innovative tools such as training modules, guidelines, toolkits

  • Mediation: communicating, disseminating and adapting the results of ongoing and concluded ECML projects so that they can be implemented at national, regional or local level

For all open project proposals the intended primary focus of project work is not predetermined. Project submitters can choose and shape their project proposal by focusing primarily on either development or mediation which must be clearly indicated in the submission form. This is also the case for closed project proposal "Whole-school teacher cooperation for support in the language(s) of schooling". For other closed project proposals, the primary focus is already predetermined.

Project types

Within the current Call there are two broad types of project proposals which can be submitted - open and closed.

Open project proposals: the ECML outlines the broad themes but does not predetermine the content or output of such projects. Moreover, open project proposals must be submitted by complete project teams.

Closed project proposals: the ECML provides detailed project information to which project proposals ideally correspond. For 3 out of the 4 closed project proposals only individual professionals can apply either as project coordinators or other team members; in the case of project – “Towards a Common European Framework of Reference for language teachers” either individuals or teams/consortia can apply. For further details please refer to the following link.

In addition, all project proposals should focus primarily on either development or mediation according to the definitions below:

Primary focus of project work on

  • Development: creating new, innovative tools such as training modules, guidelines, toolkits

  • Mediation: communicating, disseminating and adapting the results of ongoing and concluded ECML projects so that they can be implemented at national, regional or local level

For all open project proposals the intended primary focus of project work is not predetermined. Project submitters can choose and shape their project proposal by focusing primarily on either development or mediation which must be clearly indicated in the submission form. This is also the case for closed project proposal "Whole-school teacher cooperation for support in the language(s) of schooling". For other closed project proposals, the primary focus is already predetermined.

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Please check our expert database and our message board.

For questions please contact us at 

Presentation on the Call
Please check our PowerPoint presentation here.