EURAXESS - Researchers in Motion


EURAXESS - Researchers in Motion is a joint initiative of the European Commission and the countries participating in the European Union's Framework Programme for Research. It is a one-stop shop for researchers seeking to advance their careers and personal development by moving to other countries. In addition to the information on training and jobs, the electronic gateway has practical information on living, working and relaxing in the European countries involved available. The EURAXESS web-site is composed of four main sections devoted to four specific initiatives for researchers:EURAXESS Jobs provides information on job vacancies, funding opportunities and fellowships throughout Europe, the possibility to post CVs and vacancies and links to relevant national job portals.EURAXESS Services is a network of more than two hundred Service Centres located in 35 European countries which help researchers and their family to plan and organise their move to a foreign country.EURAXESS Rights provides all information regarding the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers.EURAXESS Links is a network for European researchers working outside Europe, providing them with extensive information about research in Europe, European research policies, career opportunities in Europe, international collaboration and trans-national mobility. The electronic newsletter "Europe4Researchers" is available on the EURAXESS web-sites and keeps researchers, research institutions, universities and industry informed on the latest developments.The EURAXESS - Researchers in Motion project is managed by:The European CommissionDirectorate-General for Research Directorate C "European Research Area: knowledge economy

Contact EURAXESS Services Center:

Belgian Science Policy

Bernard Delhausse:



  • EU
Contact details
Phone:+32 2 238 37 09
Address:Belgian Science Policy (belspo) Brussels
Geographical focus
  • European Union (EU 27)
Scientifc field / Thematic focus
  • Cross-thematic/Interdisciplinary
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Entry created by Elke Dall on October 20, 2008
Modified on April 14, 2014