We live in a global society where innovations are jointly pioneered across borders. Improved technology, travel and communication continue to bridge distances, creating an international community of scholars that will advance the mission of academia. Advances are made when we build upon the work of each other – not when we work in silos – therefore, we must collaborate across borders and promote a free exchange of ideas.
At the Hebrew University, we are investing in international collaboration, and in creating a global campus. Through exchange programs we send our students to top institutions abroad and we welcome students from around the world who wish to study at our University. Through strategic collaborations our researchers connect to their colleagues who are working on similar challenges. We host scholars and students in Israel to foster important discourse and to facilitate academic networking. We also strongly encourage our students to immerse themselves in their field both at home and abroad, affording them opportunities to experience other cultures and ways of working around the globe.