Horizon Europe is the European Union Framework programme for Research and Innovation. The programme will run for 7 years, from 2021 to 2027. Horizon Europe calls for collaborative and innovative projects that are impact-driven.

This webinar explains the concepts around Horizon Europe and the first essential steps for a good start. It gives some tips and tricks for beginners, and will help you build a consolidated path within the programme.

Tips and tricks:

  • You are not alone navigating the Horizon Europe – contact your team of National contact points (NCP) for personalised support.
  • Develop a project that matches your innovation plan.
  • You don’t have to be a coordinator and start with a complex or heavy task. Do a task that matches your experience.

To learn more, watch the replay of our Horizon Europe launch event.

Horizon Europe Luxembourg Launch Event - Session for EU RDI newcomers

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