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Funding from Horizon Europe

We help and guide you who want to apply for funding within Horizon Europe. We can answer questions and tell you what support your project can get. You then apply for funding on the European Commission's website.

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To apply for funding within the program, you will in most cases need to collaborate with other organizations or universities within the EU. Collaboration is an important aspect that is pointed out to achieve the goals for Horizon Europe.

Funding is provided in various programme

Horisont Europa has three main specializations (so-called pillars) within which project can receive funding. There are also other focus areas that do not fall within the three main areas.

Help and support to apply

There is a lot of help available if you have questions or need help. Our contact persons are happy to answer questions and help you prepare your proposal.

Support for your proposal

We offer funding so that you can make a better project plan in your proposal to Horisont Europa.

Planning grant for international proposal 2024

Small or medium-sized companies

If you are a small or medium-sized company, there are special support offices specially designed for small businesses.

Funding for SMEs

Researchers at universities, university college or research institutes

As a researcher, you can get help from the grants office, research service or the innovation office at your university, university college or research institute. The educational institutions themselves provide information on their websites about what applies.

Questions about the regulations for Horisont Europa

Horisont Europa differs from other framework programs in terms of funding and participation. There are general rules regarding financing, but if you have specific questions, you can contact our contact persons.

The basics of the regulations for Horisont Europa

Apply within Horisont Europa 

You apply for funding Horisont Europa on the European Commission's website, which will be updated as soon as the information has been decided. There you will find all open announcements as well as detailed information about the program and how to apply.

funding for funding: Horizon Europe Funding & tender opportunities (in English)
All about Horisont Europa on the European Commission's website (in English)

Get better at applications by becoming an expert evaluator

Get better at making applications - become an expert evaluator. By reading and judging other people's applications, you will be better at writing applications yourself.

The European Commission is constantly looking for independent experts who can evaluate project proposals, design programme and develop policies for Horisont Europa. You can register your interest in becoming an expert evaluator at any time.

Who can apply for a role as an expert evaluator?

The call is open to everyone regardless of nationality. The European Commission is looking for academics and experienced researchers, but also specialists from the business community and people with great knowledge of innovation. Horisont Europa needs experts in science, technology, new materials, health, innovation, social sciences, humanities, ethics, gender, communication and project management.

Do you want to become an expert evaluator?

Registration is open to everyone, but you should have a high level of competence in research and innovation. You register your proposal online on the European Commission's website Funding & tender opportunities.

Apply on the European Commission's website Horizon Europe: Funding & tender opportunities (in English)

Last updated 9 February 2021

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