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"Horizon 2020: Management, reporting and financial provisions"

This course aims at analysing in detail Horizon 2020 management and reporting rules taking into account the problematic issues faced in practice by universities, research centres and enterprises in the daily management of H2020 projects including IPR and contractual aspects, financial provisions, reporting rules and principles.

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17 March 2020 - 18 March 2020
Rome, Italy
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The training course will cover the following topics:
o Introduction to Horizon 2020 and to its funding instruments
o Grant Agreement contents
o Financial rules: reporting principles, direct costs (personnel, consumables, equipment, travel and subsistence
costs, subcontracts, other direct costs), taking into account the interpretation recently given by the European
Commission’s Legal Affairs on the ineligibility of some work contract typologies as personnel costs in H2020
and the subsequent change in the Model Grant Agreement of March 2017
o Indirect costs
o Ineligible costs
o The participation of Third Parties in project activities
o Reporting obligations and payment modalities
o Intellectual property and the new discipline on Open Access
o Cost certification requirements: procedures and required supporting documents
o Controls and sanctions.

The course specifically addresses the needs of professionals and project managers who are involved in the management of H2020 projects, both in the private and the public sector. The course can be an effective tool to help participants to successfully design and manage projects, as well as to further develop their internal project management strategies. It can also provide a good opportunity to network and to share good practices.

THE COURSE WILL BE HELD IN ITALIAN. Courses can also be offered in English on demand.

Dates: Tuesday 17th March 2020 (from 09:00 to 17:00); Wednesday 18th March 2020 (from 09:00 to 17:00).

COURSE FEE: € 1150,00 + VAT. It is possible to benefit from a special rate for the registration of two or more people from the same Department/Office (€ 1050,00+VAT each person). The fee includes tuition, full documentation (both in printed and electronic format), course certificate, coffee breaks and lunch.

Course venue: UNAHOTELS Decò Roma (Via Giovanni Amendola 57, 00185 ROME)

Deadline for registration: 9th March 2020.

For further information, detailed agenda and registration form, please refer to our website:


Horizon2020, Intellectual Property and Open Access, Project reporting controls and sanctions