|Beyond the Horizon 2020 Programmes for Research and Innovation there are other EU programmes of potential interest to CERN.|
In the period 2014-2020, all EU programmes for Education, Training and Youth are covered under one single programme: Erasmus+.
In the previous programming period, the Comenius programme (2007-2013) could help teachers attend the CERN Teacher Schools, providing certain eligibility criteria are met, while the Erasmus and Erasmus Mundus (2007-2013) funded students mobility within Europe & worldwide.
European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) could be useful for scientific networking.
European Science Foundation
The European Science Foundation (ESF) could be useful for funding for workshops, networking programmes, conferences and collaborative research.
Eurostars supports projects led by R&D SMEs towards the development of innovative products, processes and services.