Israel and Middle East Studies at Hebrew University of Jerusalem
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is known for being a consistent university belongs to the Top 25 Schools and World’s Top 100 Universities outside the U.S. With our outstanding academic performance, we invite international students to experience our state-of-the-art abroad programs catered at the Rothberg International School.
Do you want to explore Israel and study its ancient and modern society, culture, and way of life? Invest your future here at Hebrew University of Jerusalem to strengthen your passion about the historic and current contexts of Israelis.
We have summer semester and our one-year MA program intended for eligible graduate students who hold a Bachelor’s degree from abroad who like to take our graduate level courses.
Classes for Israel and Middle East Studies are open to all enrolled students in college graduates, master's degree program, and doctorate programs. .
Students who would like to enroll in Israel and Middle East Studies may choose either a full-time program or a part-time program. If you choose a part-time program, you can take 3 courses during the summer schedule. Those students who wish to have a full-time status may take 4 courses or more throughout the summer semester. At the end of the semester, students are expected to finish all courses along with their written paper.
- Course Description
- Jerusalem Majolica: Communities, Identities and Intergroup
- The Transformation of the Israeli Narrative Seen in Cultural Texts since 1948
- Israeli-Arab Conflict: Historical-Legal Aspects
- Anti-Semitism, the Shoah and the State of Israel
- Social History of Palestinian Society: 1900-1948
- Arab and Jewish Women in Israeli Society
- Palestinians in Israel: 2 credits
- Islamic Archaeology of Palestine and Syria
To qualify for the admission, you must be a bachelor's degree holder from an accredited university. Admission for Israel and Middle East Studies is highly competitive wherein interested students must present transcript of records with good to excellent grades. You will also submit a recommendation letter from a faculty member of the school. You are eligible if you have least an average grade of 3.2 or equivalent.
financial information will be disclosed to interested students who would like to avail our academic program. The university offers a number of academic programs and scholarships for deserving graduate students. If you want to take our one-year MA program in Israel and Middle East Studies, you can avail our Merit Scholarship. This privilege is only given to performing students in academic. Other form of scholarships is also given by the Israeli government to foreign students.
If you need more detailed information about our offered courses, you can e-mail us at email@example.com or visit us at the Rothberg International School, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Boyar Building, Mount Scopus,91905 Jerusalem, Israel, Tel: 972-2-5882600, Fax: 972-2-5882363