The Foundation awards postdoctoral grants to researchers who have obtained their PhD from Cambridge or their DPhil from Oxford and who wish to carry out research at the ULB, as well as to researchers who have obtained their Doctorate from the ULB and who wish to carry out research at the University of Cambridge or Oxford. 

These fellowships are granted in line with the Foundation’s objective, which is to promote and strengthen the ties between the Université libre de Bruxelles and the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford. 

They are open to researchers in all fields of research. 

The call for applications for 2022-2023 is closed. The call for the 2023-2024 academic year will be launched in December 2022, but you will find below some preliminary information. 

To be eligible, applicants will have to: 

  • Have fully completed all requirements for a PhD or DPhil no later than the 31st December 2023 and not before the 1st October 2018 
  • Not have resided, worked or studied in Belgium for more than 24 months in the 3 years prior to the beginning of the grant period 

The fellowship is for 12 months maximum, starting date between 1st October 2023 and 1st January 2024. 

The fellowship is a “bourse postdoctorale de mobilité” (approximately 2,400 euros net/month), which entitles the recipient to social and medical cover in Belgium.

Fellows are selected by the Scientific Committee of the Foundation.

If you have any questions, please contact Violette Cadars (fwa@ulb.be or + 32 650 27 16).

The Foundation awards postdoctoral grants to researchers who have obtained their Doctorate from the ULB and who wish to carry out research at the University of Cambridge or Oxford.

More information is available in French.

Wiener-Anspach Fellows working at the Université libre de Bruxelles in 2022-2023 will have the opportunity to apply for an extension of the fellowship running up to 30  September 2024. 

The call for applications will be launched in December 2022

If you have any questions, please contact Violette Cadars (fwa@ulb.be or + 32 650 27 16).