Hebrew University fosters a culture that values the involvement and contribution of dynamic, creative, and dedicated researchers from the international academic community. There are various funding mechanisms in place at Hebrew University to support visiting scholars and staff exchange, including Erasmus+. These programs aim to contribute to the overall quality of teaching at the university, and to promote innovation and the exchange of methodologies and best practices amongst the members of our global community.
Various opportunities for academic mobility at HUJIenable participants to develop new competencies and strengthen existing ones through the exchange of professional expertise and knowledge with their counterparts here at Hebrew University. In addition, such visits are significant in enhancing inter-university collaboration between Hebrew University and our partners abroad.
Administrative staff mobility enables staff from partner universities to conduct short training visits at HUJI and enjoy job shadowing, observation, the exchange of knowledge and best practices, and the opportunity to cultivate new practical skills. Additionally, HUJI organizes an annual International Partners Week in November, offering a wide variety of training workshops and opportunities for professional networking.
Hosting Staff at HUJI
All you need to know about hosting academic and administrative staff from partner universities
Academic and administrative staff at HUJI are highly encouraged to apply for short teaching or training visits at one of our partner universities.
Faculty are welcome to apply for a short teaching visit at one of HUJI’s partner universities, either through our existing bilateral agreements or through the Erasmus+ framework. Outgoing academic mobilityoffersour faculty the opportunity to gain valuable experience in teaching in diverse cultural contexts and educational systems, while strengthening the academic cooperation between the universities.
Administrative staff members at HUJI are given the opportunity to participate in short-term training workshops, job-shadowing, and staff weeks at partnering universities worldwide.