Belgium

Representative offices of German universities
in Belgium

Freie Universität Berlin

EU Liaison Office in Brussels

EU Liaison Office in Brussels

Established in: 2009
Tasks:
The EU Liaison Office acts as a service provider for research staff from Freie Universität Berlin and a point of contact and interface for stakeholders and institutions in the area of research and innovation at the European level. Its aim is to enhance the visibility, at the European level, of the excellent research carried out at Freie Universität Berlin and the individuals behind it.
The office's main task is therefore to publicise research results, core research areas and priorities of researchers at Freie Universität Berlin on a European level. To this end, the office supports networking between researchers from Freie Universität and representatives of research-related institutions of the European Union and other bodies based in Brussels. It keeps researchers informed about the latest policy developments relating to research and innovation and encourages them to become involved in the planning, development and implementation of European research funding programmes.
Internet: www.fu-berlin.de/en/sites/bruessel/index.html

Technische Universität Berlin

Representation of TU Berlin in Brussels

Representation of TU Berlin in Brussels

Established in: 2015
Tasks:
The Technische Universität Berlin (TU Berlin, TUB) maintains a temporary presence in Brussels in order to stay abreast of key developments and share this information with TUB researchers.
In Brussels we also aim to identify suitable stakeholder networks and events which could be beneficial to the strategic direction and network strategies of specialist areas.
Internet: www.forschung.tu-berlin.de/eu_buero/menue/representation_of_the_tu_berlin_at_brussels/parameter/en/

Technische Universität München

TUM Brussels

TUM Brussels

Established in: 2012
Tasks:
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is a founding member of the EuroTech Universities Alliance, a strategic alliance of leading technical universities in Europe. TUM Brussels is part of the local office of the EuroTech Universities Alliance, which was opened in October 2012. The core aims of TUM Brussels are closely linked to the European research, education and innovation agenda. The office therefore aims to support and consolidate TUM participation in EU funding programmes and initiatives, for example through the structured sharing of information and knowledge about EU programmes and key stakeholders in Brussels. In this way the office also helps to enhance the profile of TUM in Europe, further strengthened by joint initiatives with partners in the EuroTech Alliance.
Internet: www.international.tum.de/en/brussels/

Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

WWU Centre for Europe, Brussels

WWU Centre for Europe, Brussels

Established in: 2016
Tasks:
The WWU Centre for Europe assists researchers from the University of Münster (WWU) who are engaged in international research to position themselves effectively in the EU funding landscape. The aims of the Centre for Europe are to bring together, support, underpin and provide stimulus to all Europe-related activities of the university. The Brussels office serves as a point of contact and interface for stakeholders and institutions in the area of research, innovation and higher education at the European level. The aim is to enhance the visibility at the European level of the excellent research and teaching offered at WWU. To this end, the office supports networking between WWU researchers and representatives of education- and research-related institutions of the European Union and other stakeholders based in Brussels. The WWU Centre for Europe also provides information about the latest policy developments relating to higher education, research and innovation as well as about participation in the planning, development and implementation of European research funding programmes.
Internet: www.ce.uni-muenster.de