What has changed since EU Exit:
Working on Horizon Europe funded projects.
Q&A on the UK’s participation in Horizon Europe.
Who it’s for
To apply for most Horizon Europe funding, you must be a consortium. Usually, the consortium must be made up of at least 3 organisations from different countries.
Get in touch with your UK national contact point for advice on:
- how to form a consortium
- how to apply for Horizon Europe funding
Or register for Horizon Europe UK news and events.
What you can get funding for
You may be able to get Horizon Europe funding for projects which:
- involve ground breaking research or new technologies
- improve research training and development, or research infrastructure
- create growth in sectors like advanced manufacturing, materials, biotechnology, information and communication technology, nanotechnology and space
- increase private investment in research
- respond to challenges like climate change, food security or healthcare for an ageing population
Small or medium sized companies (SMEs) can also get help from a coach or mentor, eg to improve management skills, create a marketing strategy or raise finance.
Support for all sectors
Funding for researchers
Legal and financial advice for all sectors
Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs)
Widening participation among EU states
Support within different sectors
Advanced manufacturing and processing
Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials
Culture, Creativity and Inclusive Society
EIT - European Institute of Innovation & Technology
Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and inland water research, bioeconomy
Health, wellbeing and demographic change
ICT and future and emerging technologies
Nanotechnologies and advanced materials
Science with and for society