European Funds and European Grants
Is your institution eligible for funding?
Who can access European Funds and Grants
Companies can obtain different types of EU funding, mainly through non-refundable grants, but there are also many current Financial Instruments and funding mechanism which provides loans, guarantees, equity, quasi-equity and other supporting .
Researchers can apply for different EU funding opportunities, most notably through Horizon 2020, the EU’s biggest research and innovation programme.
Between 2014 and 2020, the EU will provide almost €80bn in funding for research, mainly through its flagship research programme Horizon 2020.
This funding usually takes the form of grants, to part-finance a broad range of research projects.
EU funding for research & innovation
Public bodies can benefit from a number of EU funding opportunities, from investments to develop institutional capacity and efficiency to local infrastructure projects.
Institutions or non-governmental organisation (NGO) are eligible for EU funding through a number of different programmes, specially using non-refundable grants to finance its activities
EU funding for NGOs by policy area
Young people (age 13-31) are eligible for funding under EU programmes, specially Erasmus+ and European Social Fund.
Education & training – study opportunities through Erasmus+, support for pupils nearing the end of secondary education, and vocational training in another country
Youth programme co-funds civic involvement, volunteer work and a broader multicultural outlook.