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International competitions and individual projects

ULiège wishes to reinforce the internationalization of its students' curricula by enabling them to take part in mobility programs of varying types and durations.
To this end, you can apply for some funding to support:

  • Individual short-term student mobility projects (such as summer schools, individual competitions or other projects organized by an outside organization or university), (excluding student internships and training courses for doctoral students for which funding is also available)
  • Students taking part in international competitions, as part of a team, with the aim of promoting international experiences as an alternative to traditional student mobility during their studies

Eligibility criteria

To meet the objectives set, the following will be eligible:

  • For individual projects: ULiège students enrolled in a bachelor's degree (from 2nd year, minimum 45 credits acquired) or master's degree at the time of their mobility, whose project involves a mobility of preferably 5 days minimum, excluding travel, and 3 weeks maximum abroad or in Flanders.
  • For international competitions: ULiège students enrolled in a bachelor's or master's program at the time of their mobility and registered for an international competition, or planning to register for one.
    As required by the institution, mobility must be entered in advance inMoDUS (min. one month before), in parallel with the application file.

Terms and conditions

The funding, if granted, is €300 per student (based on receipts and proof of participation).

 

Application formalities

Individual applications must be submitted by students using the My ULiège form.

By 15/11/2023 (1st call) or by 15/03/2024 (2nd call).

Results will be announced within one month of the application deadline.

 

INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIONS - RULES

Individual projects - rules

 

 

Application form

 

Useful ULiège links for a mobility project:

External resources:

International Relations Office
Contact
Marie Clotuche, International Relations Officer

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