The Hebrew University has created a culture that values the involvement of dynamic, creative and dedicated researchers from the international academic community. There are various funding mechanisms for inviting scholars, from funding of short visits to staff exchange, including Erasmus+. These programs aim to contribute to enhancing the quality of teaching in higher education, furthering innovation, and exchanging methodologies and good practices.
The various programs aim to contribute to enhancing the quality of teaching in higher education and further developing academic cooperations.
Administrative staff mobility visit allows staff from partner universities to conduct a short training stay at HUJI for job shadowing, observation, transfer of knowledge and good practice, or acquiring practical skills. HUJI also organizes an annual International Partners Week in November, which offers a broad variety of training workshops.
Hosting Staff at HUJI
All you need to know about hosting academic and administrative staff from partner universities
Academic and administrative staff from HUJI may apply for conducting a short teaching or training stay at one of our partner universities.
Academic staff members are encouraged to apply for spending a short teaching period at one of HUJI’s partner universities. Applications are possible either in the Bilateral Agreements framework or in the Erasmus+ framework, which aim at allowing academic staff a first-hand experience of teaching in another educational system and strengthening academic cooperation between the universities.
Through outgoing training visits, administrative staff members of HUJI are given the opportunity to spend a short period for purposes such as job-shadowing, participating in a staff week, joint workshops, etc.