Undertaking a PhD in Veterinary Sciences is an opportunity to complete graduate studies (Master), through specific training to engage in a career as a researcher.
eterinary sciences encompass many areas focused on the animals, such as research on comparative veterinary medicine, research on sustainable animal resources, and research in veterinary public health.
For at least three years, the PhD student carries out his research accompanied by his/her supervisor. Once a year, the research progress of the PhD student is evaluated by the Doctoral College in Veterinary Sciences according to the terms and conditions defined by the latter. The final stage of the PhD is to write a thesis exposing the research and their results.
Academic supervisors wishing to apply to enroll a PhD student at the Doctoral College in Veterinary Sciences must apply to the Doctoral College with a proposal for a doctoral training program and a thesis committee.
This programme explores each stage of the doctoral programme and oﬀers an indepth look at the structure, resources, mobility opportunities and key people that will help you successfully complete your PhD.
It proposes more than 80 free trainings, given in French and in English, in Liege and Gembloux by ULiège staff professionals. Its goal? Support them from the beginning of their thesis to develop their performance and efficiency throughout their scientific career.
The offer is organised around 7 themes: Start your research, Develop your research, Keeping your professional project in mind, Communicate and disseminate your research, Ethics and quality in research, Open science / Open research, Leadership in research.