Every year the Centre hosts several visiting researchers, in principle for stays of at least three months.
During their research stay, visiting researchers become a full part of the Centre’s team and are invited to take part in collaborative work, in particular by presenting their research as part of the Centre’s research seminars. They can benefit from the Centre’s logistical support and free access to the University’s facilities.
The selection of visiting researchers (PhD researchers, postdoctoral researchers and professors) is done via a file and takes into account the profile of the candidate as well as the quality of his/her research project, which has to cover a specialisation subject of the Centre for European Law. Applications can be sent throughout the year and at least a month before the date of the start of the visit. They must be addressed to the Director of the Centre, Professor Emmanuelle Bribosia and include:
- A letter of motivation;
- A curriculum vitae (including a list of publications);
- A copy of an article recently published in a scientific revue;
- A research project (of maximum three pages).
The Centre is not able to offer financial help to visiting researchers. They must therefore approach ad hoc institutions and take the necessary steps to obtain funding and their social security cover. Neither the Centre nor the University are in a position to inform applicants about funding options. Finally, applicants who would have to obtain a visa to stay in Belgium can benefit, if their application is accepted, from help from the University service that deals with processing the visas of foreign students and researchers.
The Centre is located at 39 Avenue F.D. Roosevelt at Brussels, 1050.