The doctorate or the realisation of an original research project.
ne of the main missions of the University of Liege is to carry out research and train researchers. The doctorate is considered as a training par excellence, marking the beginning of the young researcher's career, who is trained in research by doing research.ULiege has about 2,000 doctoral students (between 250 and 350 are in Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech), men and women from multicultural and international backgrounds, who are as passionate as they are creative and persistent. All of them are holders of a doctoral project that they carry out well beyond national borders through their publications and by participation in congresses, symposiums or training courses. Doctoral students boost research units and contribute to the dissemination of knowledge within society at large through the many outreach activities in which they actively participate.
Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech welcomed 337 doctoral students during the academic year 2016-2017. More than 39 countries are represented among these various nationalities: 124 Belgians, 72 Chinese, 19 French, 18 Vietnamese, 14 Beninese, 11 Congolese, 9 Tunisian, 6 Cameroonian, 6 Moroccan, 5 Rwandan and 53 doctoral students from Gabon, Hungary, Laos, Nepal, the Philippines, Italy and India.
Would you like to do a doctoral thesis at Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech?
Contact a promoter from the faculty's academic or scientific staff directly or send your thesis subject to the faculty office and they will put you in touch with the people most concerned by the topic.