BRUSSELS, A CITY ON HUMAN SCALE
In the heart of Europe, just 1h20 by train from Paris, 1h30 from Amsterdam, and 1h50 from London and Cologne, the city of Brussels offers all the advantages of a capital city and the quality of life of a large and lively town.
Located in the city centre, the University campuses and surrounding areas are extremely attractive, providing just the right mix between study and leisure.
MULTICULTURAL AND INTERNATIONAL
As a multicultural university with one third of students and researchers from abroad, international relations is a daily reality for the Université libre de Bruxelles, just like the city of Brussels itself, one of the world's most cosmopolitan cities.
Its outward-looking position with regard to Europe and the world has resulted in a number of agreements, collaborations and special partnerships being set up with some of the world's top universities.
Four scientific Nobel Prizes, one Fields Medal, three Wolf Prizes and two Marie Curie Prizes are further evidence of the University's longstanding tradition of excellence.
The Université libre de Bruxelles is an active member of the Research Area and is involved in almost 130 projects financed by the 7th European Framework Programmes. Over the past few years, it has obtained 7 starting Grants from the European Research Area (ERC) to finance research in Medicine, Economics, Mathematics, Sociology, or Political Science, as well as 2 Advanced Grant in Artificial Intelligence and Physics. In addition, the University's Institute for European Studies is recognized as a “Jean Monnet European research centre” for its work on European integration.
A COMMITTED UNIVERSITY
The Université libre de Bruxelles has developed a large spectrum of student support initiatives: e.g., financial and psychological support, guidance, French classes, etc.
Since its foundation in 1834, the Université libre de Bruxelles has been closely involved in the ongoing debate on critical thinking and freedom. This has included outspoken opposition to dictatorships and other nationalist abuses, the promotion of equal opportunities and a raft of other social issues. Based on the principle of free enquiry that postulates independent reasoning and the rejection of all dogma, the University has retained its original ideals as a free institution that is firmly engaged in the defence of democratic and human values.
between February 2018 and June 2018
Duration: 5 to 10 weeks, 11 to 15 weeks, 16 to 20 weeks
Possibly leading to future employment: No
Suite à la finalisation de nos bases ERP, nous souhaitons moderniser notre dépot de données administratives institutionnel.
Les bases opérationnelles Etudes & Etudiants, Gestion Financière, Gestion RH, Projets de Recherche, etc doivent servir à alimenter un Datawarehouse unique, permettant d'une part de l' analyse décisionnelle, d'autre part de la 'business intelligence' et 'data mining' à but de profilage.
Plusieurs postes de stagiaire sont ouverts, selon votre profil
- soit plus fonctionnel, où vous pourrez modéliser les données pertinentes avec les métiers concernés
- soit plus technique, où vous pourrez aborder la conception et mise en oeuvre de bases de données structurées ou non structurées et d'outils (chargement, requêtes, analyses)
Linux, MySQL, NoSQL
Java, Eclipse, UML, XML
Stage non rémunéré