Getting EU funding

You can still apply for EU funding and will continue to get any funding you’ve been awarded.

Although the UK has left the EU you’ll continue to get any EU funding you’ve already been awarded. This includes funding you’re due to get after 31 December 2020.

You can still apply to some EU funds under the current spending framework.

EU funding you can still apply for

The deadline will depend on which fund you apply to. Some funds will still take applications under the current framework during 2021.

Agriculture, fishing and rural or coastal communities

You can apply for:

Business and infrastructure

You can apply for:


You can apply for:

International development and aid

You can apply for:

Member state development and cooperation

You can apply for:

Science and research

You can apply for:

Social, cultural and educational

You can apply for:

If you’re told your funding will finish early

A small number of projects may have their funding stopped for security reasons. If you’re told that this affects you, contact the UK government department in charge of your funding.

Funding you can apply for from January 2021

The UK will take part in the Peace Plus Programme in the next EU spending framework from 2021 to 2027.

The UK also intends to continue participating in the following programmes under the next EU spending framework from 2021 to 2027:

This page will be updated when more information is available.

Published 5 August 2020
Last updated 30 December 2020 
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