European funding programs

In the field of European-Project Management, there are numerous European funding programs in which Augentes has gained experience.


HORIZON 2020 (H2020). It is the largest European Union program for research and innovation. The H2020 is divided into the following three thematic areas: scientific excellence, industrial leadership, and challenges for society. For the H2020 Program, Augentes has a strong experience in the following subprograms: RIA; IA; CSA (including Twinning and Widespread); RISE – Marie Curie.


Erasmus +. Program comprising various sub-programs: permanent learning program, youth in action, international cooperation, Jean Monnet and Sport activities. Augentes has experience in subroutines: Jean Monnet, KA1 and KA2.


INTERREG: A European funding program for local and regional governments to develop and manage their policies by sharing ideas and practical experiences on public policies to improve action strategies for their citizens and their communities.


MED: This is a transnational European territorial cooperation program. The objectives of the program are to: improve the competitiveness of the area in order to ensure growth and employment for subsequent generations (Lisbon Strategy); and to promote territorial cohesion and environmental protection, according to the logic of sustainable development identified by the Gothenburg strategy.


STRUCTURAL FUNDS are different funding programs that have the common mission of supporting economic development. These are funds that are used to make investments to create jobs and to promote a sustainable economy and environmental policies in Europe. Also called ESI funds, these programs are subdivided as follows: European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), European Social Fund (ESF), Cohesion Funds (FC), European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD), European Fund for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (FEAMP).


Creative Europe is a funding program specifically linked to the cultural sector and funds creative projects at transnational level, to promote mobility and innovation.


Europe for Citizens funds projects that contribute to the dissemination of knowledge of the European Union, its institutions, its history, its peculiarities. The aim of the funding program is to spread the sense of European citizenship by improving the conditions for civic and democratic participation at Community level.


REACTIVE is the program dedicated to work mobility in the European Union, designed for people over 35 who are looking for work. Through the program, projects aimed at providing job opportunities, apprenticeships or traineeships in another European country are financed. At the same time, REACTIVE also provides assistance to companies to help them find a qualified workforce in the European Union.