Après le bachelier bilingue Français-Néerlandais, SciencePo-ULB lance un tout nouveau Bachelier bilingue Français-Anglais dès la rentrée.
À partir du lundi 17 septembre, le Département de Science Politique accueillera ses nouveaux étudiants. Une séance d'accueil sera programmée pour chacun de ses programmes de bacheliers et de masters, en présence des professeurs, assistants et secrétariats de la Faculté. Bienvenue à tous et à toutes ! Plus d'informations? Merci de consulter le programme détaillé.
Choosing Political Science at the Université libre de Bruxelles is opting for excellence in an international environment. SciencePo – ULB offers two Bachelor programmes (one in French, and one in bilingual French-Dutch), four Master programmes – two years (Political Science, International Relations, European Studies and Public Administration) and two Master programmes – one year (one evening programme and one 100% English programme). By choosing to join us, you are preparing to acquire the experience needed to become capable of acting on contemporary political issues. You choose to be trained by an international faculty at the forefront of research in their field. For the third consecutive year, SciencePo – ULB has been ranked in the Top 100 in the world and ranked 1st in Belgium in the field of political science.
You aim to integrate in the professional world by taking part in internships.
You seize the chance to access many opportunities of stays abroad.
You choose to follow inspiring and diverse courses. The recent results of student evaluations are clear: 84% of our courses have received very positive reviews.
Are you convinced? Then join us!
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The Department of Political Science at the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) is hiring a postdoc researcher for the ERC-Consolidator project “Non-elected Politics. Cure or Curse for representative democracy?” The project starts in September 2018 and is financed for 5 years. The candidate recruited will be offered a 3-year contract.
Questions regarding the Postdoc scholarship can be addressed to Professor Jean-Benoit Pilet (email@example.com)
The deadline for applications is July, 15th 2018.