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Research Opportunities on Horizon 2020 2016-17 Work Programme

last modified Jan 04, 2016 09:24 AM

Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences opportunities across Horizon 2020's Work Programme 2016-2017


Running from 2014 to 2020, Horizon 2020 (the EU's research and innovation funding scheme) recently launched the second of its two-year Work Programmes setting out funding opportunities totalling nearly EUR 16 billion. The Work Programme for 2016-2017 provides a number of potential research funding opportunities for arts, humanities and social science researchers at the University. 

See External Research Opportunities from drop-down menu on homepage for further details and links. 

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