Research organisations are the Research Council’s key target group. We offer a variety of application types that help to build outstanding research groups.
Who can apply?
If you are a researcher and you wish to apply for funding from the Research Council, you may do so in agreement with your research organisation. If you receive funding it is the organisation who is the Project Owner.
A research organisation is a private or public entity or semi-public consortium whose primary goal is to independently conduct fundamental research and/or applied research (industrial research and experimental development).
Funding for research organisations
Are you planning to apply for funding from the EU or other international organisations? Our advisers can help you get started.
We provide support for the commercialisation of results from research projects that have received Research Council funding. This applies to results that may be of benefit to society and also encompasses projects with participation from the business sector.
There are numerous ways to obtain funding for early-career research and research stays abroad. Here you will find a few pointers on various aspects of career planning. There are many other opportunities as well, but these can be helpful in getting started.
Completing a grant application to the Research Council is time-consuming and there are many potential stumbling blocks. Here are some tips for how to fill in and submit your application successfully, well in advance of the deadline.