Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Program Type: Direct Enroll

Semester: Fall/Spring

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem will award $4,000 scholarships to two College of Arts & Letters majors each year. This scholarship is in addition to scholarships available from MSU and the College of Arts & Letters.

Study Israeli history and culture while experiencing the excitement of Jerusalem and immersing yourself in challenging academics at an elite institution with a global reputation.

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HebrewU) is Israel’s first university and a symbol of the cultural rebirth of the Jewish nation in its ancestral homeland. HebrewU is the highest-ranked university in Israel, one of the world’s top 100, and one of the top 25 schools outside of the United States. Students will work with internationally accomplished faculty and have access to an impressive range of resources and facilities. Today, over 22,000 students study in HebrewU’s seven faculties, including 2,300 international students at the Rothberg International School (RIS).  RIS offers students a challenging and rewarding academic environment with flexible programs offering short- and long-term study opportunities.

The program is designed for all students but will be a great option for majors in:

  • Business
  • Finance
  • Journalism
  • Communication
  • Public Affairs
  • Political Science
  • International Relations
  • Arts and Humanities