At Tel-Hai College we believe that removing barriers between institutions here and abroad is essential to creating new knowledge and to exploring innovative solutions to the world's most pressing issues.
For more information about our International Cooperations, please contact Natalie Edelman Porat, International Academic Affairs Unit: firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty Fellowship: In partnership with Jewish National Fund - JNF, Tel-Hai College welcomes faculty members from the U.S for an academic exchange. As part of JNF's Faculty Fellowship Program, Tel-Hai professors meet with their peers in similar research interests with the goal of developing potential collaborations.
For more information and to apply please visit: http://www.ff2israel.org/application.php
Erasmus+ is the EU's program to promote mobility agreements while supporting education, training, and sport in Europe. Its budget of €14.7 billion provides opportunities for over 4 million European students to study, train, gain experience, and volunteer abroad. Set to last until 2020, Erasmus+ provides exchange opportunities for students as well as faculty members.
Mobility Programs: Mobility opportunities aim to encourage the mobility of faculty, teachers and lecturers, students, undergraduate and graduate. This process is essential for forming new international bridges at institutions of higher education. The benefits for creating new partnerships include an increased capacity to operate at an international level, improved access to more funding opportunities and projects, a more attractive portfolio of opportunities for students and teachers of participating organizations. Mobility programs offer the opportunity to develop innovative projects with educational, academic and research partners from around the world.
Capacity Building Projects:
The SILICE Project is coordinated by our own Tel-Hai faculty member, Dr. Zeevik Greenberg. The project promotes social innovation and international cooperation at a regional level between the EU, Israel and India. It also seeks to challenge issues such as gender equality and equal opportunities for women. This project is developing a creative and supportive environment in partnership with HEI’s through the establishment of Social Innovation Labs which contribute to the development of social economy enterprises in their diverse forms which are important factors in increasing the viability and efficiency of Indian and Israeli economies.
For more information please visit: https://www.silice.eu/
Hi-HUB is a project of SILICE and the Hi-HUB Tel-Hai Project was founded to promote involvement in the community along with the College administration and local municipal partners. Hi-HUB projects are aimed at social innovation and entrepreneurship. The focus is on designing spaces and economic projects initiated by young people from various regions of the country, and the Hi-HUB Tel-Hai Project sponsors entrepreneurs and mentors who work together on proposals for social entrepreneurship in the region.
Project IN2IT: is run by Tel-Hai's former Vice President for Academic Affairs, Prof. Shira Hantman. The project aims to develop and implement a technological infrastructure to advance internationalization of higher education, and to expand the practical applications of internationalization in Israeli academic colleges. The In2It project will focus on academic teaching, learning, research, and training while improving the quality and status of Israeli state-funded academic colleges. This program is intended solely for students.
For more information please visit: http://www.braude.ac.il/in2it/about/partners/
ESPRIT: An international program Tel-Hai College used to partner with, this project aims to analyze and strengthen the roles of higher education. The project focuses on students and develops models to strengthen their public and social responsibility. Activities are comprised of mapping student social engagement through the guidance of both the student and the institutions, thus deepening the cooperative relationship between them.
WILLIAM: is a three-year Erasmus+ Capacity Building Initiative for Internationalization at Home.
Co-funded by the EU Commission, WILLIAM works to foster an international climate for home students, alongside strategies to create an international campus with a supportive and welcoming environment for international students studying in Israel.
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Internationalization at Home is “The purposeful integration of international and intercultural dimensions into the formal and informal curriculum for all students within domestic environments”
(Beelen & Jones, 2015)
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