Online Grant Proposal Writing Course

EU4Culture provides artists and cultural professionals from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, and Ukraine, with an opportunity to access an online course on grant proposal writing. The digital course aims to provide the fundamental know-how on the topic to individuals interested in applying for EU funding to implement cultural activities and projects.

The online course is in English with subtitles in Armenian, Azerbaijani, Georgian, Romanian and Ukrainian. The lectures will be available on – an established Ukrainian database of courses for the representatives of the creative sector in the country and beyond.  

Led by a team of Ukrainian experts, the online course includes the following topics:

-                  Types of grants and their significance

-                  Grant writing skills and techniques for finding national and international project partners

-                  Budget preparation strategies and insights into legal documentation requirements

-                  Effective communication with donors

-                  Project reporting

To access the course, artists and cultural professionals from the Eastern Partnership countries must fill out and submit a form available on the website of Czech Centre Kyiv. Artists and cultural professionals from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova, and Ukraine,  are eligible to apply for the course.

Detailed information about the application procedure is available in the guideline document for the call.

After successfully completing the online course, participants will receive a course completion certificate.

The deadline for submitting the application is 24 April 2024, 23:59 CET. Selected participants will gain access to the online course from 6 May, 2024.

With inquiries about the online course and the application process, please, contact the Educational Coordinator of the Czech Centre Kyiv – Kateryna Vandych: 


With a budget of €7.85 million, EU4Culture is a four-year project funded by the European Union to support the culture and creative sector with a special focus on non-capital cities and towns in the Eastern Partnership Countries. The project is implemented by Goethe-Institut (Lead), Czech Centers, Danish Cultural Institute, and Institut Français de Géorgie.