The EU provides grants on a not for profit basis for several areas, such as research, education, youth employment, environment... The largest of these EU programmes are:
Horizon 2020: Running from 2014 to 2020 with a €80 billion budget, Horizon 2020 is the leading opportunity for academia and industry to finance research and development activities. The call for proposals aims for the development of three main areas: Excellent Science, Competitive Industries and Tackling Societal Challenges.
Schuman may support your consortium in successfully implementing the Horizon 2020 project brining a good understanding of the rules and procedures but also our considerable experience in managing consortia with several partners from across Europe. Schuman also offer to clients ExPERT™ service, leading project proposal assessment programme that helps you to analyse your proposal in much the same way as the Commission but right in time to help make your proposal more competitive.
Any Horizon 2020 project would involve both internal and external communication activities. Schuman may support you both ad-hoc, e.g. for your final conference, or act as your communication partner throughout the project.
Erasmus +: The new Erasmus + brings together the previous programmes dealing with mobility and European education and training activities. Some activities undertaken in the past by Erasmus, Leonardo and so on, will disappear and some others will be integrated under the new Key Actions: Learning and mobility of individuals; Cooperation for Innovation and Support for Policy reform.
Schuman Associates also work on the other large EU programmes such as Internal Security Fund (ISF), Life, Progress, EEA Norway Grants, etc.
Schuman Associates works with you:
Contact us to identify the most suitable call for your business and how to best prepare for a successful proposal.