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 .


Researcher institutions and researchers

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

Administrations & civil society organisations

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

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.