Estrema variabilità nei criteri di selezione (KA1)

Estrema variabilità nei criteri di selezione (KA1 di Erasmus+)

Su LinkedIn c’è un gruppo di discussione di agenzie che hanno presentato progetti di mobilità K1 sul bando Erasmus+. Uno dei partecipanti ha pubblicato un post (sul mio pc appare a questo indirizzo) dove spiega come lo stesso progetto, presentato da soggetti simili in paesi diversi, abbia ottenuto dalle diverse Agenzie Nazionali una rosa di punteggi che va da 92/100 a 42/100. Riporto il post:

 For a group of relatively similar organisations across Europe we made a template application form, in close cooperation with managers from these organisations (we even met IRL to draft this template). Most of them got granted, some not. However, the grades from the applications ranged between 92 in one country to 41 in another. How is this possible? Its the same application, its almost the same organisation… ?

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in two evaluations (both of granted applications) it was mentioned that a weak point of the application was commercial nature of the course provider. Regardless if we are for profit or not for profit, is this a criteria for grading/ evaluating? Or is it just some sort of prejudice of evaluators that commercial is bad and non commercial is good? But it worries me that such things have been taken into account in the evaluation process, as we were told we are in an open market, where only the quality matters.

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