You can find Horizon Europe funding opportunities open to UK-based applicants using the European Commission’s funding and tender opportunities portal.
During the delay to association, you should apply as an associated country and request funding from the EU. You will have to request funding from the EU to be eligible to claim guarantee funding.
Search Horizon Europe funding opportunities (European Commission).
Find out how to search for funding opportunities (European Commission).
Most Horizon Europe opportunities are open to transnational collaborations.
Find out how to find partners and collaborators.
Where to apply
You apply for Horizon Europe funding through the European Commission’s funding and tenders portal, where you found the funding opportunity.
Before you can begin an application, your organisation must be registered in the portal.
Check if your organisation is registered (European Commission).
Register your organisation (European Commission).
The European Commission issues every registered organisation with a ‘PIC’ number.
You’ll be asked for your organisation’s PIC when you start your application. This connects your application to your organisation.
You can get the PIC number from the person in charge of your organisation’s profile on the portal.
Submitting a proposal using the portal
Find out how to submit a proposal using the portal (European Commission).
Get help applying
As a UK applicant, support is available to help you apply for Horizon Europe funding.
Find out where to get guidance and help.
Horizon Europe guarantee
While the EU is in the process of formalising the UK’s association to Horizon Europe, UK-based applicants can continue to access funding using the guarantee scheme. You must apply to the EU as an associated country and request funding from the EU to be eligible to claim guarantee funding.
Find out about Horizon Europe guarantee funding.