The Katholieke Universiteit Leuven was founded in 1425. Inspired by the European Christian tradition, K.U. Leuven embraces the values of independent inquiry and pursues a policy of non-discrimination.
The Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, founded in 1425, is a Flemish University of Catholic signature with an international orientation. It has the legal status of a private institution.
As a university, external linkis an academic institution at which both groundbreaking research and knowledge transfer are essential and complementary.
As a university, external linkdistinguishes itself from other research centres by its freedom of inquiry, by the disinterested character of its fundamental research, by its focus on education and by the fact that it encompasses almost all academic disciplines within its walls.
As a university, external linkdistinguishes itself from other educational institutions by the fact that its teaching is based on and nourished by its own research and by its interdisciplinary approach.
It defines its tasks and priorities autonomously and the members of its academic staff enjoy academic freedom in the exercise of their duties.
In the pursuit and acquisition of knowledge, external linkis guided only by the demands of scientific methodology and deontology.
In a number of fields, external linkaspires to a place among the centres of excellence in Europe and in the world.
Special Doctoral Students Grants for Advanced K.U. Leuven Doctoral StudentsA part-time salary will be paid for half-time contracts.Closes: January 31st