Visiting Research Fellows at the Faculty of Law
The Hebrew University (HU) Faculty of Law has earned an international reputation for teaching and research excellence, resulting from the many overseas accomplishments of Faculty members and the success of HU Law students in international competitions and exchange programs. Accordingly, we are now applying our legal knowledge and academic experience on a more global scale, catering to the interests of first-rate researchers from around the world.
The Hebrew University’s cutting-edge research environment, extensive network of libraries and online databases, and accomplished faculty from around the world make it an ideal place to conduct research in a range of scholarly disciplines. The Visiting Research Fellow (VRF) program is designed to provide a framework for advanced graduate and doctoral students to collaborate on research with Hebrew University faculty members.
Program length: Between one month and one academic year (within the Israeli academic year which runs from October to September). Students who wish to extend their stay beyond an academic year must reapply to the program.
Why Be a Visiting Research Fellow (VRF)?
Collaborate with faculty at a globally ranked top 100 institution;-
-Gain access to Hebrew University’s academic resources, including libraries, archives, labs, and online databases;
-Enjoy the convenience of a student status and visa assistance, with the option to live on campus and purchase health insurance.
To be eligible for the Visiting Research Fellow program, you must meet both of the following criteria:
- Be enrolled in a university degree program
- Be invited by a Hebrew University faculty
At least three months before students’ intended date of arrival. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Students who submit their application forms and all of the supplementary application documents can expect to receive an admission decision within about two weeks.