Horizon Europe Training

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


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Horizon Europe, the key R&I funding programme of the EU until 2027 will tackle key issues such as climate change, mobility, bioeconomy, digital technologies, and many more, with a total budget of €95.5 billion over seven years. The new programme comes with a few updates: a different approach to impact, missions, revamped partnerships, pilots that may change the way the programme operates (lump sums, blind evaluations, rebuttal, etc.), a revamped proposal template, and much more. One thing that is unlikely to change is the fierce competition for the funding available.

LGI has been active in collaborative research projects since FP6, and we’ve been providing training since 2015 (involvement in more than 40 funded European projects; raised more than €120 million). You can find our H2020 track record here.
We have created a training offer that builds on the 100+ proposals we have submitted, and engages participants with hands-on, interactive exercises to reinforce learning. 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. We practice what we preach – our understanding of how projects work does not end at proposal submission.
It has taken us many years to create our knowledge base, but it doesn’t have to be that way for you – sign up for a training module and take the fast route! We also provide in-house training, please contact us if this is of interest to you.


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


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.



  • Session One – 12 May 2021 (9h-12h30) – Horizon Europe in a nutshell
  • Session Two – 19 May 2021 (9h-12h30) – How to write a winning proposal – basics
  • Session Three – 26 May 2021 (9h-12h30) – Workshop on proposal writing
  • Session Four – 2 June 2021 (9h-12h30) – Financial and administrative aspects

€300/day or €1000 for all 4.

All sessions will be recorded. The recordings will be made available to participants after the sessions for a limited time.

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Training agenda (draft)

  • Horizon Europe novelties
    • Clusters, destinations
    • Partnerships
    • Missions
    • Gender
    • DNSH
    • Evaluation (rebuttal, blind)
    • New Corporate MGA
  • Rules of the game
    • The Funding and Tenders Portal
    • Cost types
    • The lifetime of a project
    • Affiliated entities
    • Open data, open science, F.A.I.R.
    • Evaluation
  • Before you start writing
    • How to find a call
    • The management of a proposal
    • Key factors to consider
  • Writing a proposal – detailed instructions, tips and best practices for each section
    • The new proposal template
    • Excellence
    • Impact
    • Implementation
    • Part A
  • Call reading and analysis
  • Finding partners
  • Defining objectives and KPIs
  • Integrating pathways to impact
  • GA/CA, managing changes
  • Financial management
  • Reporting
  • Reviews
  • Audits
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