Research support and collaboration
Radboud University aspires to make a significant impact through its research activities on regional, national and international levels. Our international, reputable research staff deliver top-quality research results, engage in multidisciplinary research initiatives, and develop novel approaches and innovations.
This is reflected in Radboud University’s strong portfolio of individual and collaborative research projects. Radboud University’s researchers have been awarded research grants from regional programmes, including ERDF and INTERREG funds, national funders like NWO, ZonMW, KWF, the Top Sectors, and the KNAW, as well as EU funding programmes, such as Horizon Europe (including ERC and Marie Sklodowska-Curie grants) and COST Actions. More information on funded projects can be found here.
Radboud University provides a solid support structure for researchers who consider applying for national and international funding schemes, with the recent focus on the preparation for the upcoming large NWO funding schemes and Horizon Europe, the EU Framework Programme for 2021-2027.
Radboud University funding support staff team up with the research community to successfully participate in these programmes. We warmly welcome national and international public and private partners with an interest in engaging in research with impact.
Are you interested in collaborating on research projects with Radboud University? Please send an inquiry to collaborate at ru.nl *
Are you a researcher at Radboud University? More information on grant and funding support can be found here.
* This email is not intended for inquiries related to educational degrees and admissions.
- Radboud Horizon Europe Stories - success of the FLOW project, as told by Dorri te Boekhorst, project coordinator and Riyan van den Born, associate professor Socio-Ecological Interaction.
- Horizon Europe Stories - marking three years of EU Support Programme
- Radboud Horizon Europe Stories - success of the DIGNITYFIRM project, as told by Tesseltje de Lange, Professor of European Migration Law
- Radboud Horizon Europe Stories - Liedeke Plate, director of Radboud Institute for Culture and History, on ways how Horizon Europe can enable researchers to acquire new knowledge, increase their expertise, and expand their international network.
- Horizon Europe Stories: Esther Steenbeek-Planting, Wendy van Ginkel from the Gravitation Consortium "Language in Interaction" at the Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging on tailored events at Radboud to inform researchers on EU funding opportunities