EU programme funding after Brexit (funding and contact details)

Last updated: 29 December 2020

The UK left the European Union on 31 January 2020. This process is often known as 'Brexit'.

The UK Government and the EU have now agreed a deal on their future relationship. From 1 January 2021 this new relationship with the EU will begin.

There will be effects on some areas of life in Scotland. This includes changes to EU-funded programmes.

This page will be updated to give the latest facts. Keep checking back for new information.

The following programmes have been identified as having Scottish stakeholders.

If you need more information on a specific fund, you may be able to find out more using the table below. The UK Government has also published information on continued UK participation in EU programmes.

If you still have questions, get in touch with the relevant contact in the table.

EU programme More information Contact information
Common Agricultural Policy Agriculture after Brexit (farming and food production)
European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) Marine and fisheries: exiting the EU -
European Social Fund European Structural and Investment Funds -
European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) European Structural and Investment Funds -
European Territorial Cooperation (ETC) European Territorial Cooperation Programmes 2021-2027: consultation report -
Competitiveness of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (COSME)
Erasmus+ Education after Brexit (services, qualifications and funding) Department for Education contact form
Horizon 2020 Science and research: University research -
Connecting Europe Facility - Energy
Connecting Europe Facility - Transport
Employment and Social Innovation
Creative Europe The UK's Participation in Creative Europe - Creative Europe Desk UK
Health for Growth Department of Health and Social Care contact form
Europe for Citizens
Research Fund for Coal and Steel
European Solidarity Corps