The European Union has placed researcher mobility at the centre of its policy to create a strong European research space that drives a dynamic knowledge economy. The EURAXESS project aims to support this policy, by structuring mobility options and informing researchers about research opportunities in Europe.

The project comprises four parts:

In addition, training and career development of researchers are considered as a priority by the European Commission. ULB has created an ad hoc centre to fit this ambition:

Roadshow EURAXESS on tour

On April 30 2014, ULB welcomed the last EURAXESS Roadshow stop. Programme and presentations are available here.