Teaching Requirements Participants are required to deliver a minimum of 8 hours teaching per week (or part of week). Teaching can take on a variety of different forms, such as guest presentations in local courses related to expertise, workshops for graduate/doctoral student, one on one supervision, public lectures, etc.
Support for research-based stays is not provided within the scope of Erasmus+, however, research activities may be conducted in combination with a teaching stay.
Scholarships are available for new international PhD candidates who are neither citizens nor residents of the State of Israel. For this call only – PhD students currently enrolled in their first year at the Hebrew University (having commenced their studies no earlier than October 2021) are eligible to apply.
Each academic year, the University will award up to 25 new scholarships in the amount of 2,000 NIS per month, for a period of up to four years.
Application Deadline is June 24, 2022
Date: 17 – 20 January 2023
Time: 08:00-18 :00 (Singapore time)
Venue: Singapore (tentatively at Matrix at Biopolis), with an Online segment
This fellowship provides generous funding and support for 24 international postdoc applicants from outside of Israel, interested in conducting research in Israel in all fields of research.
The funding is provided for two years, with the potential to extend the scholarship for a third year on the basis of excellence.
The program includes:
Fellowships are open to researchers in all academic disciplines and support research programs in Israel for up to 20 months (two academic years).
- Stipend: $95,000 ($47,500 per academic year for two years)
- Reimbursement of airfare expenses for Fulbright fellows (and spouses)
- Partial reimbursement of children’s education expenses and fees
Apply by September 15, 2022
Visit the program page here.
The Ludwig Armbruster Fellowship Program offers research fellowships to doctoral students enrolled at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem who wish to pursue parts of their doctoral research at Freie Universität Berlin. Established with the generous support of the Zoologischer Garten Berlin AG, the Program invites applications from doctoral students at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in one of the following four academic fields:
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