Horizon Europe Training

Increase your chances of success with dedicated training sessions that cover your specific needs.


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The final Horizon 2020 Work Programme, covering the budgetary years 2018, 2019 and 2020 has been released by the European Commission. It represents an investment of around €30 billion.

As the overall success rate of eligible full proposals is 12.6% for the first 3 years of H2020’s implementation, it is essential to be one step ahead of the game and prepare for the forthcoming challenges from 2018 to 2020. Fully understanding the new scheme of H2020 and its participation and administrative rules, as well as the  expectations of the European Commission is a key asset for organisations that wish to participate in projects.

We have been involved in more than 40 funded European projects in many technology areas since FP6 and have raised more than €120 million. We have also been very active and successful in the first calls of HORIZON 2020 across sectors, in particular energy, transport, smart cities, climate, circular economy and health.

With our first-hand experience, the feedback gathered and the lessons-learned based on these first calls, we have refined the content of our courses to deliver the most relevant and precise information and tips that will help you prepare and write winning proposals and manage your project efficiently.

They are tailored for participants from research organisations, SMEs, industry and public administrations who are either new to EU research programmes or who are experienced in EU projects under the previous Framework Programmes.


What some of our clients have said about our training…

  • …”productive and helpful…” Michael Stitt, Research Funding Manager (Scotland)
  • “You should try it, after LGI training you change the way of thinking about EU projects.” Ewa Bilska, Air Force Institute of Technology (Poland)
  • “A good synthesis of Horizon 2020, very clear and not too academic.” Carine Ternest, European Industrial Research Management Association (Brussels)
  • “Experienced lecturers, excellent location and appropriate timing at the beginning of the 2014-2020 Framework Programme to get used to EC procedures…” Gina Fintineru, University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine in Bucharest (Romania)
  • “…efficient and friendly atmosphere…” Stephane Bourg, CEA (France)


Our Courses


Upcoming sessions (8 – 10 June)



Upcoming sessions (23 – 25 November)


Our Trainers

Our trainers are Senior Consultants who have years of practical experience and knowledge in previous and ongoing EU FP6 and FP7 collaborative projects, HORIZON 2020 and now Horizon Europe. Their expertise focuses on all aspects relating to drafting project proposals, setting up consortia in a variety of sectors and managing collaborative projects.

During the sessions, they share their personal insights, experiences and understanding of the EU framework programme to ensure you have the ability to apply what you have learnt during the courses.