Public call for applications to “Training for preparing applications for Horizon Europe projects” by POLICY ANSWERS

If you come from a scientific-research institution, university, company or non-governmental organization that wants to strengthen its capacities for developing and submitting project proposals within the Horizon Europe program, we invite you to apply for a free 4-day training for preparing and writing project proposals within the Horizon Europe program. The aforementioned training will be held on May 11, 12, 13, and 14, 2023 in Podgorica. Apart from this training, which will be held live, an additional three days will be organized with the participants for online consultations with an expert in this field.

The training is organized by the Science and Technology Park of Montenegro as part of “R&I POLICY making, implementation AND Support in the WEsterN Balkans”, abbreviated as POLICY ANSWERS, which is funded by the European Union through the Horizon Europe program for research and innovation.

Why Horizon Europe?

Horizon Europe offers significant financial support for research and innovation, which can be of great help to organizations engaged in scientific research and development of new products or services.

Also, through the Horizon Europe program, organizations have the opportunity to connect with partners from other countries and achieve international cooperation. This can lead to new ideas, technologies and innovations, as well as the opening of new markets.

In addition, participation in the Horizon Europe program can contribute to the development of the research capacity of organizations, through access to new research methods, training and education, as well as networking with other experts in the field.

Finally, projects supported through the Horizon Europe program often focus on solving social challenges, such as health, the environment, sustainable energy and other important topics. Therefore, participating in the program can help organizations achieve positive social impact through their work.

What does the training program look like?

In addition to basic information about the Horizon Europe 2021-2027 program and opportunities for financing projects from this program, Prof. Dr. Goran Stojanović will provide information on the priorities of this program for research and innovation, will enable participants to prepare and create a successful project proposal that the EU wants to finance, then will provide tips how to find adequate partners and will devote time to discussion with participants about specific project ideas from this area.

Accordingly, you can find the detailed training program at this link: Agenda

Who is the lecturer?

Prof. Dr. GORAN STOJANOVIĆ is a professor at the Faculty of Technical Sciences of the University of Novi Sad. He has over 20 years of experience in the education sector and 12 years of experience in writing and implementing EU projects worth more than 16 million EUR, with a success rate of over 55%. Participates in the implementation of four H2020 projects, three of which are coordination projects.

For whom is the training intended?

The training is intended for researchers from public and private universities in Montenegro, scientific research institutions, companies in growth and development, as well as non-governmental organizations and those who have the potential, goal and interest to participate in the Horizon Europe program.

It is planned that the training will be held for 15 participants. Due to the limited number of places, the priority of participation will depend on previous experience, knowledge and expressed motivation to attend the mentioned training for four days and three days of online consultation (seven days in total).

The training will be held in the local language.

Participation is free (no registration fee).

How to apply?

It is necessary to fill out the online training application form, which can be found at this link.

The application deadline is 3rd May 2023, and selected participants will be notified of the selection results by 8th May 2023 at the latest. All additional details about the training will be available to selected participants.

If you have questions, you can contact us by email: or phone: 067 073 009.


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