The University intends to facilitate the integration and the value-added aspects of the postdoctoral Fellow into the university community:
A postdoctoral fellowship is defined as a limited period of training during which the person who has recently obtained a doctorate pursues, as part of a generally remunerated training period, the achievement of an autonomous research project under the supervision of a professor who is a specialist in that particular area of research. The work needed to complete a research project in the context of the postdoctoral fellowship is normally considered to be a full-time occupation.
The postdoctoral Fellow is admitted as a student at the University. To obtain the status of postdoctoral Fellow, a person must meet the following conditions: