Following Brexit, the following is an update regarding UK participation in Horizon Europe and other EU programmes
As part of the agreement reached between the UK and the EU, the UK has announced that it will associate to Horizon Europe. Association will give UK scientists, researchers and businesses access to funding under the programme on equivalent terms as organisations in EU countries. The next step is for both sides to formally adopt the full text of the agreement taking into account the finalised EU Programme Regulations.
The UK also reached agreement with the EU and Euratom to associate to the next Euratom Research & Training Programme 2021-2025 subject to ratification of the overall deal and finalisation of the regulations.
Please note that a new Turing scheme starting in September 2021 will replace the UK’s participation in Erasmus+. The programme will provide similar opportunities for students to study and work abroad as the Erasmus+ programme and will include countries across the world.
The Withdrawal Agreement means that the UK can continue to participate in EU programmes, including Horizon 2020 and the European Green Deal, that are financed by the 2014-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework for the lifetime of grants.
Find out more in UKRO’s Factsheet .