Visiting Professor Program

Academic Calendars 2023

Academic Year


About the Event

A visiting professor is an academic expert who temporarily joins a host institution to teach, collaborate on research, or exchange ideas with faculty and students. 

Join us for two days of Talks & Learning by Doing: All Based on Time Schedule.

May 10-11

Wed – Thu

1 Speaker

Online Visiting Professor

Juny 7-8


1 Speaker

Online Visiting Professor



1 Speaker

Online Visiting Professor

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Free Courses

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Online Course

News & Updates

A visiting professor program is an initiative designed to bring distinguished scholars and experts from other institutions to a host institution for a specific period of time. These programs can vary in duration, from a few weeks to an entire academic year, depending on the needs of the host institution and the availability of the visiting professors. The structure and components of a visiting professor program may include:

Invitation process: The host institution identifies potential visiting professors based on their expertise, research interests, and teaching abilities. Invitations are usually extended through a formal process, and candidates may be required to submit an application or proposal detailing their planned activities during their visit.

Financial support: Visiting professors may receive funding to cover their travel, accommodation, and living expenses during their stay. This support can come from the host institution, external grants, or a combination of sources.

Teaching responsibilities: Visiting professors are often expected to teach one or more courses during their stay, sharing their expertise with students and faculty. They may also offer guest lectures, seminars, or workshops in their area of specialization.

Research collaborations: Visiting professors can collaborate with faculty members on research projects, providing their unique perspectives and expertise to advance ongoing work or initiate new projects.

Mentorship and guidance: Visiting professors can offer guidance and mentorship to students and faculty, helping them to navigate challenges in their academic and professional lives.

Public lectures and events: Visiting professors may participate in public lectures, panel discussions, or other events that are open to the wider community, allowing them to share their knowledge and engage with diverse audiences.

Evaluation and feedback: At the conclusion of their visit, visiting professors may be asked to provide feedback on their experience, which can help the host institution refine and improve its visiting professor program.

Ongoing relationships: After their visit, visiting professors may maintain connections with the host institution, leading to continued collaboration, knowledge exchange, and networking opportunities.

Visiting professor programs can greatly enrich the academic environment of a host institution, offering valuable opportunities for knowledge exchange, research collaboration, and professional development for both visiting professors and the host institution’s faculty and students.