EU Space Programme

EU space policy aims to tackle some of the most pressing challenges today, such as fighting climate change, helping to stimulate technological innovation, and providing socio-economic benefits to citizens. Space technology, data and services have become indispensable in the lives of Europeans. We rely on them when using mobile phones and car navigation systems, watching satellite TV, and withdrawing money. Satellites also provide immediate information when disasters, such as earthquakes, forest fires or floods strike, enabling better coordination between emergency and rescue teams.

EU space programmes already deliver services that benefit millions of people and the EU has three flagship space programmes. Now that the infrastructure of EU space programmes is well advanced, the focus has shifted to ensuring a strong market uptake of space data and services by the public and private sectors.

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Other current Funding Programmes

Erasmus

Erasmus

Erasmus is the EU’s programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe.

CEF 2 Digital

CEF 2 Digital

Aims to support and stimulate digital infrastructure investments in Member States, with the objective of supporting Member States in meeting the objectives of the Gigabit Society Strategy.

Horizon Europe

Horizon Europe

The aim is to deliver on global challenges and industrial modernisation through concerted research and innovation efforts.

EUREKA

EUREKA

Promotes and supports market-oriented international R&D&I project generation.

Digital Europe Programme

Focused on building the strategic digital capacities of the EU and on facilitating the wide deployment of digital technologies.