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Horizon 2020 officially ended in 2020. Its successor programme Horizon Europe follows much the same principles as H2020.

Horizon Europe provides funding to researchers:

  • from any discipline,
  • at any stage of their career,
  • of any nationality.


It also funds research collaborations and individual researchers, from fundamental to application-oriented research.
We will be happy to provide you with information about the various funding programmes, such as the ERC grants and the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions for which we regularly also organise workshops.

Visibility, prestige and an international network are just some of the advantages of coordinating an EU project. Find out more about the other benefits and what you should pay attention to when applying and coordinating a project.
Contact us, we will be happy to support you.

Work as an expert for the EU! Register online and support the European Commission and other European institutions e.g. in reviewing project proposals in Horizon Europe or advising on specific technical issues.
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Scientists at HHU have successfully received numerous EU grants: in the area of collaborative research, Marie S. Curie actions and in all ERC funding lines.
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Information for applicants

  • We offer assistance with your budget calculation, provide template texts and best-practice examples, and read your proposal for an evaluation of its formal and strategic aspects.
  • To submit an application for an ERC programme, you will require a host support letter signed by the University Chancellor.
  • Applications for Marie S.-Curie European Joint Doctorates (ITN) require an Institutional Commitment Letter from HHU, signed by the Chancellor.

If you have any questions or need assistance, do not hesitate to contact us by telephone, email or in person.

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