International

Co-supervised doctorates 2019 – Ghent university

6 co-supervised doctorates with the aim of strenghtening cooperation between I-SITE ULNE and Ghent University.

Four PhD projects will be funded on the French side (via the present call) and two PhD projects on the Belgian side.

Interested applicants may submit a thesis project in any subject field with one or more (co-)promotors from Ghent University. The PhD candidates selected via the present call will be principally attached to the research team of the promotor associated with I-SITE ULNE. Successful candidates must carry out at least six months in the laboratory of Ghent University promotor during the three years of the doctorate. Following a successful doctoral defence, the PhD candidate will obtain a doctoral degree from each institution.

A grant may be requested through the call “short-term mobility grant” if the (co-)promotors from I-SITE ULNE would like to meet the Ghent University (co-)promotors in order to help the applicant prepare the application.

PhD applicants must submit their application by email to the following address: projects@isite-ulne.fr, by May 2, 2019 at 23:59 GMT +1

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Co-supervised doctorates 2019 – University of Kent

6 co-supervised doctorates with the aim of strengthening cooperation between I-SITE ULNE and the University of Kent.

Three PhD projects will be funded on the French side (via the present call) and three PhD projects on the British side.

Interested applicants may submit a thesis project in any subject field with one or more (co-)supervisors from the University of Kent. The PhD candidates selected via the present call will be principally attached to the research team of the promotor associated with I-SITE ULNE. Successful candidates must spend at least one year in the laboratory of the University of Kent supervisor during the three years of the doctorate. Following a successful doctoral defence, the PhD candidate will obtain a doctoral degree from each institution.

A grant may be requested through the call “short-term mobility grant” if the (co-)promotors from I-SITE ULNE would like to meet the University of Kent (co-)supervisors in order to help the applicant prepare the application.

PhD applicants must submit their application by email to the following address: projects@isite-ulne.fr, by May 2, 2019 at 23:59 GMT +1.

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Short-term mobility grants

I-SITE ULNE is offering support to the PhD students, professors, researchers, teachers and staff of its member institutions or French external partners who want to carry out short-term mobility (maximum of 15 days, consecutive or not) at targeted partner universities in the cross-border region. The aim is to deepen and broaden interactions between institutions in the framework of research or academic projects, for example.

The mobility has to be carried out between March and December 2019. Applications should be sent by email to the following address: projects@isite-ulne.fr, by February 21, 2019 at 2.00 pm, GMT +1.

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Joint-doctorate KU Leuven

9 joint doctorates aiming to strenghen the cooperation between KU Leuven and I-SITE ULNE.

6 doctorate projects will be granted by the french side, 3 doctorate projects by the Belgian side.

Who can apply : researchers of the I-SITE consortium and researchers of KU Leuven (preferably from KU Leuven KULAK or Ku Leuven campus Brugge), having a common doctorate project aiming to sustain or expand the Hubs

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