We are always looking for strong PhD students to join the geometry group at the ULB. If you are interested in doing a PhD here, the first thing to do is to contact one of the permanent members to find a supervisor. Ideally this should be done by January of the calendar year in which you intend to begin your PhD.
Once you have a potential supervisor, there are various ways to fund your PhD. The FNRS offers grants which enable you to focus entirely on your thesis. There are two types available, aspirant or the FRIA scheme. In practice the two are identical except for the timing involved in applying. Your future supervisor will be able to explain how and when to apply. These grants are open to all scientific disciplines and are quite competitive. An alternative is to work as an assistant de cours, taking exercise classes for undergraduates. This takes up some time from your research, but this funding is much easier to obtain. It is, however, important that your French is good enough that you feel comfortable teaching in it. Finally, some members of the group may have additional funding for PhD students. When this is the case, information will be posted here.