Appointed Academic Staff
Engaging in a full-time (or part-time) academic career, means accepting a complex mission, which requires a combination of top-level teaching skills as well as research skills, the capacity to work on an interdisciplinary level, to direct one or several research teams and to manage research funds. If you feel prepared to take on this challenge, do not hesitate to apply at UCL.
UCL has a strong international oriented academic recruitment policy. Over the past few years, most of the applications we received had been introduced by foreigners or PhDs having obtained their doctorate in a foreign university. This doesn't mean that we hire a majority of foreign candidates - we just choose the best candidate that accepts the position offered. At the end of the recruitment period that closed on 1 September 2012, of the 26 candidates that were hired, 6 had obtained their PhD in a foreign university, 6 others outside UCL and 7 recruits were of foreign origin (all european).
Each year, the University draws up a list of academic vacancies and launches a recruitment campaign in line with the procedure described in an annex of the Statut académique. More information about how to apply and the course of an academic career, as well as the financial conditions, are available on the pages devoted to “career” and “salary”.
For job opportunities, please consult the page with academic positions and the recruitment schedule : the selection committees will be working on the selection process from end december, before the final decision to be taken by our Board of Directors (The Conseil d'administration), on April and May 2013.
Professor Jacques Gregoire
Louvain-la-Neuve, Oct 19, 2012
| contact : Claire Brumagne | 19/10/2012 |