The EIC aims to support top-class innovators, entrepreneurs, small companies and researchers with bright ideas and the ambition to scale-up internationally.

It includes three funding schemes: the EIC Pathfinder, the EIC Accelerator, and the EIC Transition schemes.

Learn below how Enspire Science supports you through every step of the grant preparation and project execution process:

Pre-Award Courses

Begin with our customized group courses to learn both written and “unwritten” rules of these funding opportunities.


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  • EIC Pathfinder course – Coming soon!
  • EIC Transition course – Coming soon!
  • EIC Acelerator course – Coming soon!

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Pre-award Consulting services for EIC Pathfinder, EIC Transition & EIC Accelerator

For individual assistance during the proposal preparation process, consider our selection of pre-award services. The services differ both in the extent of our feedback and the duration of our work together.


Post-Award Services

Our selection of unique post-award services can assist you once you have successfully acquired funding for your research project. Be sure to review these during the pre-award phase, as some services need to be secured at this time.


Enspire Science Knowledge Base: EIC

  • Grant basics

    The EIC Pathfinder spirit and the “EIC Pathfinder Gatekeepers”

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  • Grant basics

    EIC Pathfinder Open: Just how open is it?

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  • Grant basics

    Horizon 2020 proposal template guide – understanding the inner logic and structure

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