The Horizon Europe programme provides new opportunities for funding your research and innovation, to extend existing partnerships or establish new ones and to improve impact.
Budget of €95.5 billion
Since 2021, the Horizon Europe programme has succeeded the Horizon 2020 programme. With a budget of €95.5 billion this follow-up programme is the largest programme to date. It provides new opportunities for funding your research and innovation, to extend existing partnerships or establish new ones and to improve impact.
What will the Work Program 2021-2027 look like?
The Horizon Europe budget is allocated to strengthening breakthrough science, boosting innovation capacity, competitiveness and jobs, and delivering innovations to society. Importantly, there is a new focus on leveraging existing knowledge and widening participation to more countries, in order to reduce the Research & Innovation gap within Europe. The aim is to deliver on global challenges and industrial modernisation through concerted research and innovation efforts.
The Horizon Europe focus areas
Horizon Europe supports European partnerships with EU countries, the private sector, foundations and other stakeholders. This programme has a broad range of focus areas, divided across 3 pillars: Excellent Science, Global Challenges and European Industrial Competitiveness, and Innovative Europe. Each pillar has a specific set of grants connected to it, such as European Research Council (ERC), Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions, Research Infrastructures and European Innovation Council.
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