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Horizon Europe Funding

The UK has joined Horizon Europe and the EU Earth-observation programme Copernicus (but not Euratom) from 1 January 2024 and UK researchers can apply for all Horizon bids and tenders. Please contact the Research Funding Managers in Research and Innovation for further information.
Horizon Europe is managed under three pillars: Excellent Science, Global Challenges and European Industrial Competitiveness, and Innovative Europe. For further information please visit the Horizon Europe website and view our resources for staff and students (internal staff and students only). 
European Commission (EC)

EC Participant Portal

Horizon Europe supporting information and application guidance are available through the EC funding and opportunities portal. This is the online application service which also includes the latest news, events and allows you to search for potential partners.  
Access to the portal requires prior registration.
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UKRO – The UK Research Office in Brussels

UKRO supports the UK’s involvement in Horizon Europe and offers a subscription-based service for UK universities. Please register to access their services and contact the Research Funding Managers team if you have any queries.
Our European Advisor visits Plymouth every year and details of the events can be found at UKRO annual visit (internal access only). 


The 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 and multilingual results in brief for the broader public) and comprehensive links to external sources, such as open access publications and websites.