The bright young people who fill the classrooms and libraries of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem are Israel’s greatest asset
The Rothberg International School (RIS) is a platform for a Hebrew University initiative to offer an increased range of courses and graduate degree programs that are taught in English. The upcoming summer roster includes over 20 courses that range from its traditional language courses in Hebrew and Arabic to new offerings such as filmmaking and documenting Holocaust survivors, archaeology of the New Testament and multiculturalism in Jerusalem.
The Hebrew University's Magid Institute for Continuing Education has launched a special academic preparatory program, tailored for the ultra-Orthodox community. The program's goal is to increase the community's access to higher education, enabling members to realize their academic potential and integrate into the labor market without compromising their religious beliefs.More
What do a school in Cambodia, a bus in Vietnam and refugee rights in Israel have in common? For Glocal Community-Development Studies student Anne-Sophie Cardinal, currently doing her internship in Benin, West Africa, they led her to actively pursue a professional career in international development.More
Tammy Rubel-Lifschitz, this year’s recipient of the Johanna Friedlaender Memorial Prize of Excellence from the Canadian Friends of the Hebrew University, is exploring the relationship between power values and power positions in collaborative efforts for her doctoral research.More
Renowned British actor David Weston discussed Shakespeare and performed excerpts from his plays at a Friday-morning event hosted by the Hebrew University’s Israel Friends association that enthralled the full-house audience.