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Wales has been successful in winning €66m of funding from the EU’s highly-competitive research and innovation programme, Horizon 2020.
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At over €70bn Horizon 2020 is the largest ever EU research and innovation programme.

It is enabling Welsh organisations to be at the forefront of international research and innovation and to collaborate across Europe and the world.

Horizon 2020 is open for business, with successful applications made whilst the UK is part of the EU protected by the UK government’s lifetime expenditure guarantee.

Welsh organisations have secured just over €83m of Horizon 2020 funding since the start of the programme. This has involved 191 participations and 2000 international collaborations.

How to apply

Full details can be found on Horizon 2020 (external link), including information on the various work programmes.


Applications for Horizon 2020 funding must be made through the Participant Portal.

The Welsh Government’s Horizon 2020 Unit is available to support all Welsh organisations applying or considering applying for research and innovation funding from the EU.  See the ‘How the Horizon 2020 Unit can help you’ factsheet below.


See the SCoRE Cymru page for information on financial support for Wales-based organisations.

 

Horizon Europe – the next research and innovation framework programme

On the 7 June 2018, the European Commission published its proposal for Horizon Europe, the successor to Horizon 2020.  The document and further information on the new programme can be found here.

The Welsh Government Position Paper on Framework Programme 9 can be seen in the download documents below.


Horizon 2020 expertise in Wales


A group of registered evaluators and general experts meet regularly to share expertise with the Horizon 2020 community in Wales. Further information can be found in the download documents below. 
 

If you have expertise, and would like to join the group, please get in touch:  Horizon2020@gov.wales

 

The organisations below can offer more information on research and innovation funding:

Events


In collaboration with our partners, the Horizon 2020 Unit provides targeted events, workshops and training.  

 

Wales Advanced Manufacturing Horizon 2020 Information Session. 

11 September, Cardiff.  
Information session and workshop bringing together potential partners for the upcoming Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Biotechnology and Advanced Manufacturing and Processing (NMBP) funding call. More information here.  

 

If you would like to plan an event or training contact the Unit: Horizon2020@gov.wales
 

Newsletter

To subscribe to our e-Newsletter for regular updates on Horizon 2020 in Wales, email: Horizon2020@gov.wales

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