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3 Classes You Can’t Go Wrong with at Hebrew U

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Over and over again The Hebrew University has been ranked one of the World’s Top 100 universities and is home to 8 Nobel Prize winners. With first-class study abroad undergraduate and graduate programs, international students of Hebrew University thrive both inside and outside of the classroom.

Studying abroad at Hebrew U means you’ll enjoy all of what Israel’s capital, Jerusalem, has to offer while meeting friends from South America, Asia, Africa and Europe.

Start your journey to Israel today and check out 3 classes you can only take in Jerusalem!

1. Feminist Judaism: Theory and Practice, Contemporary Issues and Ideas

Take a stroll outside your comfort zone with Dr. Shulamit Magnus and explore the Jewish feminist critique of traditional Judaism. You’ll spend a semester looking at contemporary issues that engage feminist Jews, women, and men (photo: Naomi Wolf).

2. Uncovering Jerusalem: A Historical and Archaeological Survey

It’s time to take the classroom outside and literally step into history. In the class, Uncovering Jerusalem you’ll take 10 field trips throughout the city and truly learn the ins and outs of archaeology.

3. Technology Entrepreneurship

In a country that raised nearly $3.58 billion dollars in venture capital, there is no other place to study entrepreneurship than the Holy Land itself. Throughout this course, you’ll have the opportunity to be mentored by Siftech, the Jerusalem accelerator!


Fun Fact: Did you know that the Albert Einstein Archives are located at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem?


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Over and over again The Hebrew University has been ranked one of the World’s Top 100 universities and is home to 8 Nobel Prize winners. With first-class study abroad undergraduate and graduate programs, international students of Hebrew University thrive both inside and outside of the classroom.

 

Studying abroad at Hebrew U means you’ll enjoy all of what Israel’s capital, Jerusalem, has to offer while meeting friends from South America, Asia, Africa and Europe. 

 

Start your journey to Israel today and check out 3 classes you can only take in Jerusalem!

 

1. Feminist Judaism: Theory and Practice, Contemporary Issues and Ideas

Take a stroll outside your comfort zone with Dr. Shulamit Magnus and explore the Jewish feminist critique of traditional Judaism. You’ll spend a semester looking at contemporary issues that engage feminist Jews, women, and men (photo: Naomi Wolf).

 

2. Uncovering Jerusalem: A Historical and Archaeological Survey

It’s time to take the classroom outside and literally step into history. In the class, Uncovering Jerusalem you’ll take 10 field trips throughout the city and truly learn the ins and outs of archaeology. 

 

3.  Technology Entrepreneurship

In a country that raised nearly $3.58 billion dollars in venture capital, there is no other place to study entrepreneurship than the Holy Land itself. Throughout this course, you’ll have the opportunity to be mentored by Siftech, the Jerusalem accelerator!

 


Fun Fact: Did you know that the Albert Einstein Archives are located at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem?


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Over and over again The Hebrew University has been ranked one of the World’s Top 100 universities and is home to 8 Nobel Prize winners. With first-class study abroad undergraduate and graduate programs, international students of Hebrew University thrive both inside and outside of the classroom.

 

Studying abroad at Hebrew U means you’ll enjoy all of what Israel’s capital, Jerusalem, has to offer while meeting friends from South America, Asia, Africa and Europe. 

 

Start your journey to Israel today and check out 3 classes you can only take in Jerusalem!

 

1. Feminist Judaism: Theory and Practice, Contemporary Issues and Ideas

Take a stroll outside your comfort zone with Dr. Shulamit Magnus and explore the Jewish feminist critique of traditional Judaism. You’ll spend a semester looking at contemporary issues that engage feminist Jews, women, and men (photo: Naomi Wolf).

 

2. Uncovering Jerusalem: A Historical and Archaeological Survey

It’s time to take the classroom outside and literally step into history. In the class, Uncovering Jerusalem you’ll take 10 field trips throughout the city and truly learn the ins and outs of archaeology. 

 

3.  Technology Entrepreneurship

In a country that raised nearly $3.58 billion dollars in venture capital, there is no other place to study entrepreneurship than the Holy Land itself. Throughout this course, you’ll have the opportunity to be mentored by Siftech, the Jerusalem accelerator!

 


Fun Fact: Did you know that the Albert Einstein Archives are located at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem?


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Over and over again The Hebrew University has been ranked one of the World’s Top 100 universities and is home to 8 Nobel Prize winners. With first-class study abroad undergraduate and graduate programs, international students of Hebrew University thrive both inside and outside of the classroom.

 

Studying abroad at Hebrew U means you’ll enjoy all of what Israel’s capital, Jerusalem, has to offer while meeting friends from South America, Asia, Africa and Europe. 

 

Start your journey to Israel today and check out 3 classes you can only take in Jerusalem!

 

1. Feminist Judaism: Theory and Practice, Contemporary Issues and Ideas

Take a stroll outside your comfort zone with Dr. Shulamit Magnus and explore the Jewish feminist critique of traditional Judaism. You’ll spend a semester looking at contemporary issues that engage feminist Jews, women, and men (photo: Naomi Wolf).

 

2. Uncovering Jerusalem: A Historical and Archaeological Survey

It’s time to take the classroom outside and literally step into history. In the class, Uncovering Jerusalem you’ll take 10 field trips throughout the city and truly learn the ins and outs of archaeology. 

 

3.  Technology Entrepreneurship

In a country that raised nearly $3.58 billion dollars in venture capital, there is no other place to study entrepreneurship than the Holy Land itself. Throughout this course, you’ll have the opportunity to be mentored by Siftech, the Jerusalem accelerator!

 


Fun Fact: Did you know that the Albert Einstein Archives are located at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem?


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Over and over again The Hebrew University has been ranked one of the World’s Top 100 universities and is home to 8 Nobel Prize winners. With first-class study abroad undergraduate and graduate programs, international students of Hebrew University thrive both inside and outside of the classroom.

 

Studying abroad at Hebrew U means you’ll enjoy all of what Israel’s capital, Jerusalem, has to offer while meeting friends from South America, Asia, Africa and Europe. 

 

Start your journey to Israel today and check out 3 classes you can only take in Jerusalem!

 

1. Feminist Judaism: Theory and Practice, Contemporary Issues and Ideas

Take a stroll outside your comfort zone with Dr. Shulamit Magnus and explore the Jewish feminist critique of traditional Judaism. You’ll spend a semester looking at contemporary issues that engage feminist Jews, women, and men (photo: Naomi Wolf).

 

2. Uncovering Jerusalem: A Historical and Archaeological Survey

It’s time to take the classroom outside and literally step into history. In the class, Uncovering Jerusalem you’ll take 10 field trips throughout the city and truly learn the ins and outs of archaeology. 

 

3.  Technology Entrepreneurship

In a country that raised nearly $3.58 billion dollars in venture capital, there is no other place to study entrepreneurship than the Holy Land itself. Throughout this course, you’ll have the opportunity to be mentored by Siftech, the Jerusalem accelerator!

 


Fun Fact: Did you know that the Albert Einstein Archives are located at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem?


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