University of Toronto - Hebrew University of Jerusalem Research and Training Alliance: Call for Joint Proposals - 2022

23 January, 2022

 General Information

Final submission date: Monday, March 21, 2022,  at 17:00 (fund time)
Fund: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
 Original Call for Proposal |  Fund Website


The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI) and the University of Toronto (U of T) are issuing a call for proposals for a Research & Training Alliance. Principal investigators from each institution are invited to jointly submit proposals for the development of a collaborative research focus and the exchange of graduate and undergraduate students and researchers, as well as one post-doctoral fellow.

The Hebrew University and University of Toronto Research & Training Alliance will fund proposals in Medicine, Engineering, and Science, and in Social Sciences, Humanities, Law, and Social Work. One new joint research & training proposal will be funded annually for a period of four years.

This is the third cycle for this Research & Training Alliance, scheduled to run from 2022-2026. For this cycle, we are inviting proposals from Life Sciences, Natural Sciences and Applied Sciences; multidisciplinary engagement is encouraged in cases where it will strengthen the proposal.

 Funding Details

Funding period: up to four years
Amount of grant: CDN $75,000 per year for each side ( Up to CND $150.000 per year for both sides, up to CDN $ 600,000 for 4 years for both sides)
Eligibility requirements: Projects must include research team participants from both U of T and HUJI. U of T applicants must have a faculty appointment with U of T and be eligible to hold research funding. HUJI applicants must have a faculty appointment with HUJI and be eligible to supervise research students.
Possible collaboration: Collaboration with University of Toronto

Submission Guidelines

Application deadline: March 21, 2022 , 5:00 p.m. Toronto time (12:00 midnight Jerusalem time)
Applications may be submitted via email to both and

 Contact at Fund

If you have questions, please contact the University of Toronto’s Office of the Vice President International ( or Hebrew University’s International Office (