Host institutions welcome scholars to conduct research, teach undergraduate or graduate courses or carry out a combination of teaching and research activities. Additional activities may include conducting seminars for advanced students or faculty, consulting on curriculum, supervising theses, advising students on research and speaking to selected Saudi audiences of relevant backgrounds. Teaching as a component of the exchange, where appropriate, is encouraged but not required
There are no requirements for a teaching/research ratio, as this depends on the interests of and agreement between the scholar and the host institution. However, the applicant should plan to engage in the university community of the host institution. In addition to the research caseload, the scholar should plan to supervise students, give lectures, work with student clubs where applicable, and engage with other faculty within his or her host institution department.
For teaching grants, there are no requirements for teaching load, but the most common in-classroom teaching load is two to 20 hours per week, in addition to significant engagement outside of the classroom.
More information about teaching and/or research proposals available here.