|Program Type||This program is a university study program, which allows you to directly enroll in a foreign university and take classes with host country students and other international students. Instruction is in English and Hebrew by Hebrew University of Jerusalem faculty.|
|Program Level||Various levels.|
|Courseload||15 credits per semester and 30 credits for the academic year. Credit amounts vary for the summer session.|
Students are required to maintain a minimum enrollment of 13 credits per semester or maintain the minimum program credit enrollment determined by their study abroad program, whichever is greater.
Undergraduate Study Abroad Program (fall, spring, academic year)
- Pre-semester intensive Hebrew language course (i.e., Ulpan), with Hebrew and Arabic language offered during the semester
- English-taught courses at the Rothberg International School in a wide variety of subjects
- Departmental Hebrew University classes taught alongside Israeli students
- Internships (3 credits, optional)
- Independent study (maximum of 3 credits, optional, I-UROP Scholarship eligible)
Spring in Jerusalem—Honors Program (spring): Combines language study, research, and advanced coursework; competetive. 3.7 GPA minimum requirement.
ArtJerusalem (fall, spring, academic year): Courses in the fine arts with Hebrew language and Israeli content courses
DanceJerusalem (fall, spring, academic year): Artistic training in dance, academic study, and exposure to Israel’s social, historical, and cultural environment
JerusalemSounds (fall, spring, academic year): Consists of individual instruction, performance in small and large ensembles, and classes in Jewish & Israeli music
Summer Programs: Hebrew and Arabic language courses; Thematic programs taught in English; Internships
Major Advising Pages
Hebrew University offers coursework, and has been identified as a strong curricular match, for the following UofM degree programs:
- Art History
- Biology, Society & Environment
- Classical & Near Eastern Studies
- Global Studies
- Jewish Studies
- Political Studies
- Religious Studies
- Sociology - LCD
- Urban Studies
- Honors Students
- Community Engagement Scholars Program
Global Identity: Connecting Your International Experience with Your Future is an optional 1-credit online course that helps you process your overseas experience and apply what you've learned upon your return. The course assists you in marketing your study abroad experience for future goals, making you stand out from your peers upon return.
Benefits of Global Identity
- Gain practice marketing your international experience to future employers or graduate and professional schools, giving you a professional edge.
- Receive individualized feedback and mentoring to promote enhanced understanding of your experiences abroad.
- Maximize the return on your study abroad investment by learning how to use your experience to stand out from other students.
- Understand the value of the intercultural skill-set you acquire overseas, and how to use it upon return.
No Additional Cost
Because integrated-study programs like University Study programs provide less on-site support than other study abroad program models, Global Identity is offered at no additional cost (regular $200 tuition is waived for students on this program). Global Identity gives you the opportunity to work individually with a trained cultural mentor, helping you understand and articulate the skills you’re developing during your time abroad. Registration instructions will be sent by email by the Learning Abroad Center, or you can contact Erica Qualheim (email@example.com) for additional information.