BELSPO: Post-Doc Fellowships to non-EU researchers – call 2016

he stimulation of international mobility and the attraction of researchers from abroad is one of the priorities of the European Research Area.



The Federal Science Policy Office (BELSPO) is contributing to this objective by granting post-doc fellowships to non-EU researchers allowing them to work in a Belgian research team during a given period of time. The ultimate aim is to promote sustainable S&T collaborations between the research institutions and support the research networks.

location

Europe

type (discipline):

Call for applications / Call for projects / Job vacancy / Fellowship / Contest / Other funding opportunity (All disciplines)

Contacts:

Mr. Bernard Delhausse
bernard.delhausse@belspo.be

 

Ms. Lieve Huys
Lieve.Huys@UGent.be

Sat, April 30th 2016

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The stimulation of international mobility and the attraction of researchers from abroad is one of the priorities of the European Research Area.



The Federal Science Policy Office (BELSPO) is contributing to this objective by granting post-doc fellowships to non-EU researchers allowing them to work in a Belgian research team during a given period of time. The ultimate aim is to promote sustainable S&T collaborations between the research institutions and support the research networks.



Eligibility criteria

· hold a doctor’s degree at the date of entry the Fellowship,

· hold the doctor's degree for less than 6 years on January 1st, 2016,

· not have been domiciled in Belgium for more than 12 months during the last 36 months preceding January 1st, 2016,

· not have already benefitted from a Postdoc Fellowship to non-EU researchers funded by BELSPO,

· have the nationality of a target country,

· be associated to research in one of the target countries.



The target countries are

· the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa)

· all the African countries

· Vietnam.



Duration of the stay:

· from 6 to 18 months. This duration will be mentioned in the application form and cannot be extended.

· Exceptionally, the research stay can be divided in 2 periods. This decision needs to be duly justified in the application form.

Venue

Ghent

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