EU Grant Funding is available from many EU Funding bodies such as Horizon Europe, European Space Agency (ESA) and EUREKA.
EU Grant Funding are typically available through a competitive process, in which organisations apply and are awarded if successful.
Due to the number of applicants from all over the European Union, the ratio of applications to funded projects is small, therefore using a specialist big writer to build a robust application can be key to being awarded funding!
Horizon Europe is a seven year (2021-2027) €95.5 billion programme of which €53.8 billion is available to focus particularly on Global Challenges and European Industrial Competitiveness pillar of Horizon Europe.
Focus areas for funding are:
UK participation has been confirmed, allowing UK organisations to access EU research and innovation funding until the end of the programme.
European Funding is provided by ESA Business Applications to businesses integrating space data and technology into commercial services by using space assets such as:
United Kingdom organisations participating in international R&D projects are eligible for funding through our EUREKA Network projects, Globalstars, Eurostars and Clusters programmes. These are primarily ran through Innovate UK.
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It’s crucial that when applying for EU Grant Funding, you have a strong and game changing idea, and present it via your application in a way that the assessors will understand. Our team have experience applying for EU Grant Funding for our clients, across all EU funding bodies, with a 77% success rate across all schemes.
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