EU Language Label Applications 2013
Applications are only accepted through our easy to use online
application service. Before completing the form, please see some
notes and tips below.
Please note that you can't save the application form while you
are filling it in (or before submission) but you can copy it to a
word document, work off-line and then paste your details into the
You can append supporting evidence to the online form but do
make sure that the limit detailed on the application form is not
exceeded as this will lead to the form crashing and your data being
If you would like a copy of your submitted application form
please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that we are no longer accepting applications
for the 2013 selection process.
Here are a few hints and tips to help you showcase your project
in the application form:
What are the judging criteria?
The judging panel expect you to use the application form to
highlight how your project is:
Innovative – what makes it so special?
Effective – what impact has it had?
Replicable – is this a model that could be used
Completing the form
- Give the project a brief, punchy name
- Stick to the word limits
- List only one Project Coordinator as this will make
future correspondence easier
- List all institutions involved
Answering the questions
- Please give a brief outline of the
This is a snapshot for the judges and the first information they
read about your project
- When was the project started?
Remember that projects need to be running long enough to show
that they have been effective. Normally judges will not accept
projects which have been running much less than a year, so if
you’re in the early stages of your project or are still planning,
it would be best to wait until next year.
- How have you measured your success? What evidence do
you have of the impact of your project?
This will depend on your project and its aims but you might
think about levels of take-up, improved achievement, confidence of
- How could your project be used as a model for
A key aspect of the Label is that the winning projects serve as
an inspiration to others. Do give your ideas about potential ways
it could be used as a model or examples of where this is already
- Have you shared the outcomes of your project more
This will depend on your project but it could be, for example,
that you have spoken about the project at events, had success
celebrated in the press or shared resources with others online.
- How did you hear about the European Language Label?
Telling us where you heard about the Label helps us to get the
information to as many people as possible in the future both in
terms of showcasing the winning projects and inviting applications,
so please let us know.
- Give details of the group(s) and numbers of learners
involved, including their age range
This helps the judges get a better idea about your project and
also to identify which special prizes, if any, your project may be
If you have any questions about the application procedure or if
you are unsure whether your project is eligible, please contact