EC Horizon Europe

European Commission Research Funding

The UK will associate to Horizon Europe on equivalent terms as organisations in EU countries. This means that UK organisations can lead and be partners on collaborative projects and UK experts can take part in evaluations. The vast majority of UK applicants would have a very similar user experience as to when the UK were a Member State in Horizon 2020.

Horizon Europe is managed under three pillars, Excellent Science, Global Challenges and European Industrial Competitiveness, and Innovative Europe. The programme will not formally begin until the EU has finalised its Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) for 2021-27 (mid to late spring 2021). For further information please visit resources for staff and students (internal staff and students only).


EC Participant Portal

Horizon Europe and Horizon 2020 calls and supporting information and application guidance are available through the EC Participant Portal. This is the online application service and usefully brings together calls, documentation and the application process. It also allows you to search for potential partners.

Access to the Participant Portal requires prior registration via ECAS - the European Commission Authentication Service.

UKRO – The UK Research Office

The most authoritative single source of information about European research funding for UK researchers, UKRO provides information about calls and links to supporting documentation.  You need to register to get access to their services.  

Information about EU research funding and presentations from the 2021 virtual UKRO visit about Horizon Europe are available through the following link:
View further resources for staff and students (internal staff and students only)


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CORDIS

Community Research and Development Information Services (CORDIS) is the European Commission's primary public repository and portal to disseminate information on all EC-funded research projects and their results in the broadest sense.

The website and repository include all public information held by the commission (project fact sheets, publishable reports and deliverables), editorial content to support communication and exploitation (news, events, success stories, magazines, multilingual results in brief for the broader public) and comprehensive links to external sources such as open access publications and websites.