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Hebrew University of Jerusalem Short Term Study Abroad
Jerusalem, Israel (Outgoing Program)
Winter (Jun - Aug)
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The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Short Term Study Abroad
|Program description||This winter, take a trip to Israel to enjoy the warmer weather whist taking part in one of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s summer abroad programs. All their summer programs incorporate a variety of stimulating co-curricular and extracurricular activities, seminars, and trips, providing students with an enriching social and academic experience that extends beyond the limits of the classroom. The courses on offer for USYD students include:
|Program dates||July 3 2017 – July 27 2017
|Application deadline||May 15 2017
|Eligibility criteria||Please refer to the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s website for full eligibility criteria here.
|Credit / Not-for-credit||Please contact your faculty office with the below form to submit an application for credit. Participation in any study abroad program does not guarantee credit and will require faculty assessment of individual applications-for-credit
Arts and Social Sciences here
Business School here
|Language||Classes are instructed in English
|Fees and scholarships||2017 Total Program Fee: Per course*
*students can take more than one course at a time.
Accommodation can be sourced through the University
Scholarships on Offer
This Scholarship is offered by the Australian Friends of the Hebrew University Jerusalem Limited to attract Australian students, graduates and professionals of outstanding academic achievement who have completed at least one year of undergrad in Business, NFP Management, Economics, and Entrepreneurship to undertake a Summer Program at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. This Scholarship will be awarded to one selected applicant on the basis of excellence in their studies, promise of distinction in their chosen fields of specialisation, as well as on qualities of mind, intellect and character.
The scholarship is subject to acceptance of the student by the Hebrew University and will be given towards only one of the short summer listed below
1. Start Ups and Innovation: The Israeli Model
2. Breakthrough Technologies: Shaping the Future
Interested students can apply for the Business Scholarship through this online link – click through here.
Leon Fink Scholarship
The Scholarship is administered by the Australian Friends of the Hebrew University together with Mr Leon Fink, to attract students and graduates of outstanding academic achievement from Australia to undertake a Middle Eastern Studies Summer Program at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
This full Scholarship will be given to one selected applicant on the basis of excellence in their studies, promise of distinction in their chosen fields of specialisation, as well as on qualities of mind, intellect and character.
The scholarship is subject to acceptance of the student by the Hebrew University and will be given towards only one of the short summer courses listed below :
1. Conflict Resolution from Theory to Practice:
2. The Emergence of the Modern State of Israel
3. The History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict
4. Between Hamas and ISIS
5. Narratives and Realities: Inside the Israeli Palestinian Conflict
Interested students can apply for the Leo Fink Scholarship through this online link – click through here.
OS-Help Loans may be available to eligible students enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place where the program is approved for credit prior to departure. Application required.
|About the university||The Hebrew University of Jerusalem was founded in 1918, 30 years before the state of Israel itself was established. It is the second oldest institution in the country, and is known as HUJI.
It counts Albert Einstein and Sigmund Freud among the members of its first Board of Governors, and has continued to have a close relationship with some brilliant minds, counting seven Nobel Prize winners among its faculty and alumni.
In addition to its academic stars, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem has produced a string of famous faces. Among its alumni are four Israeli presidents, including the incumbant Reuven Rivlin; three prime ministers of Israel; Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman; and former CEO of electronics giant Hewlett-Packard Léo Apotheker.
|Location overview||As Lonely Planet aptly describes;
‘A repository of sacred buildings and relics, Jerusalem is a place where the oft-abused descriptor 'living history' really does apply – here you can walk in the footsteps of prophets, pray in buildings constructed by order of caliphs and kings, and overnight in hospices where Crusaders and cardinals have slumbered. The soundtrack is of church bells, the muezzin's call and the shofar (ram's horn), and the streets smell of everything from church incense to the heady aromas of the spice souq (market). It's a sensory and spiritual experience unlike any other.
There's plenty to see outside the Old City, too, including the hugely impressive Israel Museum and the powerful Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial. They, together with the Old City's manifest attractions, make Jerusalem the number-one tourist destination in Israel for very good reason.’
|Contact for more information||Division of Summer Courses and Special Programs
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Sydney Abroad Team
The University of Sydney
|2017 HUJI LINK TO APPLICATION|