Your handy overview of the different Programmes and Agencies of the European Commission
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You can easily filter the overview on type of funding (grants, loans...), target group (gov, sme...), project type (growth, innovation...) and thematic area.
Two random examples
Just to give you a taste & feel. Check the full overview for all infocards
European Globalisation Adjustment Fund for Displaced Workers (EGF)
The European Globalisation Adjustment Fund for Displaced Workers (EGF) is a special EU instrument to express EU solidarity with European workers or the self-employed that were displaced due to restructuring, and to help them find new jobs.
Single market – new EU instrument to guarantee functioning of single market during emergencies (SMEI)
The single market emergency instrument (SMEI), aims to put in place a flexible and transparent mechanism to respond quickly to emergencies and crises that threaten the functioning of the single market.
About this service
The EU provides funding for a broad range of projects and programmes covering almost all areas. To find your way in this enormous landscape of opportunities is not always easy and could be rather time-consuming.
In order to help you in this search, we have created this overview tool. We aim at complementing, not replacing, the official information at the different EU websites.
Data sources It provides a selection of Funding programmes, Institutions, Bodies & Agencies related to the European Union. The information was captured through the various websites of europa.eu, ec.europa.eu and the Institutions, Bodies & Agencies. It contains direct links towards the different homepages.
Errors and Omission Disclaimer While we have made every attempt to ensure that the information in this site has been obtained from reliable sources, Flanders Innovation & Entrepreneurship is not responsible for any errors or omissions, or for the results obtained from the use of this information. All information in this site is provides “as is”, with no guarantee of completeness, accuracy, timeliness or of the results obtained from the use of this information.
Programmes versus Agencies
Both Funding Programmes and Agencies are included in our overview. But what's the difference between both?
The EU makes funding available in different forms, including grants, loans and guarantees…
Find here all relevant information which will allow you to apply to the different types of funding through the respective funding programmes. Whether you are a public or private organisation, an NGO, a local authority, a network… your project can be eligible to European Funds.
EU funding can be managed jointly by the European Commission (EC) and national authorities, directly by the European Commission or indirectly by other authorities inside or outside the EU, depending on the nature of the funding concerned.
Direct management The EC manages the budget of projects carried out by its departments, at its headquarters, in the EU delegations or through EU executive agencies. This includes awarding grants, transferring funds, monitoring activities, selecting contractors, etc.
Indirect management Some funding programmes are implemented by national authorities either inside or outside the EU, international organisations, or development agencies of EU countries.