The Harvard-MIT Belgian Society proudly invites you all to participate to the HMBS Easter Egg Hunt on Easter Sunday (4th of April) starting from 2.30 PM to 5 PM at the Charles Esplanade and Boston Public Park.
For the attention of the Belgian scientific diaspora as well as any potentially interested US researchers
Frst calls of Horizon Europe have been published.
The European Research Council (ERC)’s Starting Grants Call (for researchers 2-7 years after PhD)is now open with a deadline of April 8.
The Consolidator Grants Call (7-12 years after PhD) will open on 11 March with a closing date of April 20.
Overall, €1.9 billion will be made available in 2021 through the ERC to allow some 1,000 researchers to pursue frontier and world-class research in Europe through its generous and prestigious grants. These opportunities are open to researchers of any nationality wishing to establish a research group in Europe.
Belgium makes its first presence at the MIT European Career Fair on Thursday 25th of February.
Now in its 25th year, the MIT European Career Fair is organized by the MIT Euro Club and is the largest of its kind in the United States, with over 90 attending organizations and around 2500 registered candidates. The candidates are students, working professionals and recent alumni from renowned American and European universities and the Fair is free to register and virtually attend.
With aid of Flanders in the USA and WBI, the Harvard-MIT Belgian Society invited the Belgian universities to attend to this year’s virtual edition and Belgium will be represented for the first time by Belgian universities KULeuven, UCLouvain, UGhent and ULB together with the Belgian company Janssen Pharmaceuticals. To celebrate this and to promote life and careers in Belgium, the Belgian Ambassador to the US Jean-Arthur Régibeau will hold a virtual session/presentation in the virtual Belgium booth – assisted by Flanders in the USA and WBI.
We kindly invite you to register (freely) and join us at the MIT European Career Fair on the 25th of February. The Fair is open and free to all candidates with interest in pursuing careers in Europe. The Belgian virtual session is planned at 10 AM (ET) and we kindly ask you to visit, besides the other European booths, our first Belgian representation at the Fair.
Due to the travel/immigration restrictions announced by the White House, the Harvard-MIT Belgian Society is gathering all questions you might have to resolve them in collaboration with the Belgian Consulate in New York in hope to provide some clarity. Please fill out our survey! [closed]