Collaborative Research Grants with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Project Funding

Funding for joint research projects with faculty from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (matching funds from both universities for a total of up to € 20,000 per project).

Submission Deadline

For a project starting date of January 1, 2022:

September 30, 2021

Funding Conditions

Collaborative Research Grants foster international research broadly. Applicants from all schools and disciplines are encouraged to submit funding applications for innovative and sustainable projects built around research linking faculty at the University of Bonn and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

The expectation is that these initial projects will lead to or continue long-term research collaborations, institutional and research relations, and when applicable, generate publications, exhibitions, and/or external funding.

  • Expenses for University of Bonn or Hebrew University of Jerusalem research staff to travel to the partner university (for Bonn staff: transportation, accommodation, and per diem rates in accordance with the Travel Expenses Act of the State of NRW)
  • For justified exceptions (e.g. for the initiation of teaching collaborations), funding for travel expenses for Bonn or HUJI students to the partner university (based on applicants’ calculations)
  • Material expenses needed to conduct research activities, events, and hospitality
  • Personnel expenses, scholarships, as well as basic equipment (e.g. laptops, computers, etc.) are excluded from this funding

Successful funding applications will be awarded up to € 20,000 per project (up to € 10,000 each from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the University of Bonn). These funds must be used for research (broadly defined) and must follow the budget guidelines.

The budget costs for HUJI and Bonn must be shown separately in the financing plan.

  • Academic quality and impact: the academic quality of the proposed work, the likelihood of it gaining wide recognition and/ or having a high impact when completed. If appropriate, the ability to cut across disciplines, and/ or include students
  • Innovation: the extent to which the project will contribute to novel thinking and creative outcomes
  • Outcomes and Sustainability: the likelihood that the project will lead to long-term research relationships and generate ongoing collaboration. Expected outcomes may include, among other possibilities: publications, third-party grant proposals, clinical interventions, technological innovations, exhibitions, performances, enhanced networks and research-based seminar/ conference/ workshops
  • Partnership and Strategic Relevance: how the partnership will contribute to promoting and consolidating the relationship between HUJI and the University of Bonn. How the research will be shared with broader academic communities at each institution and contribute to realising university strategies.

Researchers of the University of Bonn who have completed a doctorate submit a joint proposal with faculty from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Bonn researchers must be able to show proof of their employment at least until the end of the collaborative research project.

  • Online form
  • Project description (PDF file, max. 8 pages plus short biographies), consisting of:
    1. Narrative description of the proposed project for a multi-school, multi-disciplinary audience
    2. Brief description of how the project will address the above-mentioned selection criteria 
    3. Budget and budget justification, explaining in detail all anticipated expenditures
    4. Curriculum vitae: 2-page maximum, current, for each Principal Investigator
    5. Curriculum vitae: 1-page maximum, current, for additional team members

Detailed information on the grant program and the application process can be found in the grant guidelines.


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