Horizon Europe, the EU’s ninth framework programme for research and innovation, was launched on 1 January 2021 with a total proposed budget of EUR 95.5 billion. Norwegian actors can apply for funding on equal footing with enterprises, public sector bodies and research institutions in EU member states.
Facts about Horizon Europe
Horizon Europe is a continuation of Horizon 2020. One important change is the introduction of mission-oriented research and greater innovation.
Contact persons for Horizon Europe
Find an overview of the Research Council's contact persons linked to the areas in Horizon Europe.
The Research Council will facilitate the best possible participation in Horizon Europe and is establishing various financial schemes.
EU networks across the country help you gain better knowledge on Horizon Europe and connect you with actors across sectors. See the overview of the networks here.
Do you need help with strategy and concept development? We offer free consultancy services to applicants with a high potential for winning Horizon Europe grants.
We have the right course for you, whether you are a researcher or an EU adviser at a university, institute or university college, or work in industry or the public sector.
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Frequently asked questions
Answers to frequently asked questions from Horizon Europe applicants, both during the application phase and during project implementation.
National reference groups
Ten national reference groups with more than 200 experts will be closely linked to the development of work programs for the various parts of Horizon Europe.
Videos from the launch of Horisont Europa