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Writing the Application
As a general rule, applications contain two parts. Your application must comply with the requirements set for the two parts and reflect the expectations for project proposals described in the topics of the call. Do start early and set aside three to six man-months for the task, depending on the call
Located in: Research and Innovation Counselling The Successful Application to Horizon Europe
Type: Page
Budgeting
When drawing up a budget for a Horizon Europe application you must be aware of the different categories of costs. Read more about the different types of costs, rules applying to third parties, special rules on use of existing equipment in the project, and how to reallocate within the budget.
Located in: Research and Innovation Counselling The Successful Application to Horizon Europe
Type: Page
Forming Consortia
International and cross-sectoral cooperation is a key element of Horizon Europe. Therefore, much weight is given to the composition and expertise of the consortium in the evaluation of applications for Horizon Europe. Use the EU-DK Support and Innovation Centres when searching for foreign partners.
Located in: Research and Innovation Counselling The Successful Application to Horizon Europe
Type: Page
Idea and Selection of Calls
You should have three key words in mind when preparing your project proposal and your application for Horizon Europe: Calls, topic and work programme.
Located in: Research and Innovation Counselling The Successful Application to Horizon Europe
Type: Page
The Successful Application to Horizon Europe
Make sure to get your application off to a great start and early on consider the requirements for i.a. gender and ethics.
Located in: Research and Innovation Horizon Europe Counselling
Type: Page
Political Ambitions behind Horizon Europe
The challenges and changes the world is facing today are complex. Solutions call for international cooperation on research and innovation, and Horizon Europe supports this work with some DKK 700 billion over the next years.
Located in: Research and Innovation Counselling Introduction to Horizon Europe
Type: Page
Who can Participate in Horizon Europe?
Horizon Europe is open to participants from all over the world, but there are a number of specific rules for international participants. In the following, you can find an outline of the most important rules to know when applying for funding in Horizon Europe.
Located in: Research and Innovation Counselling Introduction to Horizon Europe
Type: Page
Introduction to Horizon Europe
The information on this website will provide you with a greater understanding of EU’s framework programme for research and innovation and the political intentions behind it. You can also find information about eligible participants and which projects are funded under the programme.
Located in: Research and Innovation Horizon Europe Counselling
Type: Page
Widening Participation and the European Research Area (ERA)
A wider participation in research activities from all Member States and spreading of excellence will optimise the potential for a more innovative Europe. This is the aim in the programme ‘Widening participation and spreading excellence’, also called widening.
Located in: Research and Innovation What is Funded? Other programmes
Type: Page
Reforming and Enhancing the European Research Area (ERA)
Through a reform of the present research system the EU will create a Europe in which knowledge and a highly qualified workforce circulate freely in a balanced manner - a ‘single market’ for research.
Located in: Research and Innovation What is Funded? Other programmes
Type: Page