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Research at UMONS: 
  • UMONS comprises over 700 researchers and more than 100 research departments
  • Conducting high-level research represents one of the three missions of the University along with ensuring quality teaching and providing services to society
  • Our researchers work at a regional and international level and exert their efforts in developing recognised expertise to serve society.

The new research structure:

  • is based on a range of research themes which correspond to real expertise of our research teams at UMONS
  • is adapted to the multidisciplinary nature of today’s research
  • is making better use of the potential of various faculties following the creation of UMONS
  • enables better interaction with the socio-economic environment of our region (mixed Strategic Committee)
  • is represented by 10 research institutes each embracing the expertise of 50 to 100 researchers
News                                                                   ____________
UMONS ONCE MORE GIVEN ‘VERY GOOD’ RESULTS FOR THE 2015 EDITION OF THE U-MULTIRANK UNIVERSITY RANKING
The results of the 2nd Edition of U-Multirank were released on the 30th March 2015, and UMONS was once again awarded very good scores. The university is among the 12% of the 1200 higher education institutions evaluated which have a performance rating of “very good”, with more than 10 “A” scores.
UMONS and ULB researchers prove the existence of neutrinos in the journal "Science"
The details of this discovery are published in the world famous scientific journal "Science". Conducted by many, including researchers from the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and the University of Mons (UMONS), this investigation has led to a scientific breakthrough which will allow for a better understanding of extreme phenomena, such as black holes and supernovae.
UMONS Vice-Rector awared Grand Prix from French National Polymer Association
Professor Philippe Dubois, Vice-Rector for Research at UMONS, was awarded the Grand Prix from the French National Polymer Association (GPF). This award recognises the career and work of a researcher in the field of polymers.