UKRO Webinar – General Introduction to Horizon Europe – Monday 25th January 2021 – 2pm

​UKRO is pleased to announce the latest in its series of webinars, which will take place at 14:00-15:00 (UK time) on Monday 25 January on the topic of Horizon Europe.

The webinar will provide a high-level introduction to the Programme, further to the announcement that the UK intends to finalise association to Horizon Europe.

The webinar is intended for all staff who wish to familiarise themselves with the basic structure of the programme, the key differences between Horizon Europe and Horizon 2020 as well as some further details on the changes to the MSCA and ERC calls from 2021 onwards.

Although the presentation will not provide granular detail on specific call topics or dates, it will seek to address the outstanding questions that were posed by UKRO subscribers at the end of 2020 with regards to Horizon Europe, providing clarity where possible.

This webinar is one of many sessions that UKRO will provide in relation to Horizon Europe, with further webinars covering specific issues regarding implementation, project management and how to access and manage proposals using the European Commission’s online portal. Further details regarding the dates and timings of these sessions will be published on the dedicated UKRO Resources page.

As usual, the webinar will be delivered using the ‘Zoom’ online conference facility. No prior purchasing of software is necessary but registration via the event page is mandatory.

Please note that this webinar is only accessible to organisations subscribing to UKRO services and the link should not be shared with third parties.

If you have any further questions on the session please contact

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