• EU Programmes

    You can use this section to search for EU Programmes and their sub-programmes (Focus Areas) which Scottish organisations are eligible for.

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  • EU Projects

    You can use this section to search through live and historic EU funded projects which involve Scottish based organisations.

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  • Register

    Register as a user to search and set-up notifications for EU funding programmes, calls, projects and to find partners.      

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  • Expertise

    Consultants with experience and capacity in supporting EU engagement and funding activity should register here to get added to our database.

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Welcome to the Scottish EU Funding Portal

The EU Funding Portal is an online resource for Scottish organisations interested in EU funding and for international organisations wishing to work with Scottish organisations.

The EU Funding Portal provides free information to registered users about opportunities from the EU Programmes; provides a space to help find partners to work with on new EU projects; as well as a resource to explore the types of EU projects Scottish organisations are currently involved in delivering.

The portal is a partnership project between Scotland Europa, Scottish Government, East of Scotland European Consortium, and West of Scotland European Forum.

Please note that this website is a beta version. We recommend that you use any of the browsers listed: Chrome v37+, Firefox v31+, Safari v7+ and Internet Explorer 10+.

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Case Studies

The European North Sea Energy Alliance (ENSEA) aims to increase the competitiveness of research-driven energy clusters through better coordination and exploitation of research. A key driver for cluster policy definition in ENSEA will be the adoption of an energy system approach by all four partner…


The Irish-Scottish Links on Energy Study (ISLES) was a major initiative designed to enable the development of interconnected grid networks to enhance the integration of marine renewable energy between Scotland, Northern Ireland and Ireland. Each of the three partner administrations has significant potential for offshore…


The Hybrid Ferry Project (which follows on from learning gained from the Small Ferries Project, an INTERREG Cross Border Programme collaboration between CMAL, Scottish Government, and the Northern Ireland and Ireland Government to produce a common design and procurement strategy for small ferries), has developed…


What's new?

Horizon 2020 Work Programme Update: New Topics added for 2017.


Revised Horizon 2020 Model Grant Agreements


EU Energy Focus team webinar on Horizon 2020 Coordination and Support Actions – Recording now available