Deadline for Applications
For the academic year from October 1st, 2017 to September 30th, 2018:
Visiting Professorships Deadline:
November 30th, 2016
Post-doctoral Researchers Deadline:
December 31st, 2016
Post-doctoral Researchers (one year extension) Deadline:
January 31st, 2017
One Year Extensions
- A letter from the candidate explaining the request for the extension.
- A supporting letter from the sponsor confirming the request for the extension which must include a written commitment to fund half the cost of the Fellowship (see the note below).
- Updated CV - Please be sure to include your current address and telephone number. Please do not simply send a photocopy of what you sent us the previous year. Your updated CV must at least include a line stating which Fellowship you were awarded, whether Lady Davis or otherwise.
- Updated List of Publications
Masters Degree Program
The Hebrew University does not offer Fellowships to students studying for a Masters Degree Program.
Fellowships may not be deferred from one year to the next.
The Ranking Process
Lady Davis Fellowships are awarded after a rigorous academic review process. Candidates are ranked first at the Departmental level, and then at Faculty level. The Faculty rankings are reviewed by the Academic Committee of the Trust which decides who will receive a Fellowship.
The office of the Trust coordinates applications for other professorial and Post-Doctoral Fellowships available at the University. Thus, an application made to the Trust will automatically be considered for all the other Awards at the disposal of the University. Consequently, the award of a Fellowship at these levels could be financed either by the Trust or by any other of the Funds at the disposal of the University. The official letter of appointment sent to the Fellow will specify which particular award he/she has received. The terms and conditions of the awards, whether offered by the Trust or by the University, are completely identical.
The Fellowships are intended not only to promote an exchange of ideas and information, but also to cement personal relationships that will provide the basis for an ongoing academic liaison in the future.