Hebrew University students earning a bachelor’s (BA/BSc), master’s or PhD degree are eligible to take part in a student exchange program for a single semester or for one year to study or conduct research at one of Hebrew University’s partner universities. During the student exchange program, students take courses and/or conduct research, and receive academic credit toward their degree for the courses successfully completed abroad.
At the beginning of each academic year, the International Office publishes a Call for Applications to the student exchange program, which includes the list of universities abroad to choose from. The Call for Applications contains extensive information about exchange programs at each university, and you’ll need to select three universities to which to apply.
After the application deadline, all submitted applications are assessed and applicants are informed of their assigned university. In the following months, students prepare for their departure through guidance provided by the International Office and the hosting institution abroad. Finally, in the summer months (August/September), students arrive at their host universities and begin their exchange abroad.