December 30, 2013 - January 9, 2014
Israel is a religiously, politically and culturally diverse society searching for both traditional and new methods for resolving disputes that arise among individuals and communities. Studying law and conflict resolution in Jerusalem provides a fresh perspective on the interaction of law and religion, and challenges assumptions and beliefs.
January 12 - January 30, 2014
The academic aim of this seminar is to introduce the students to the Israeli legal system, while focusing on current issues at the core of the Israeli legal debate. The course will allow to students to examine key questions related to the identity of the Israeli State, including Jerusalem, the interaction with the Palestinian population in Israel and in the Occupied Territories, and the status of refugees. The course will include several field trips allowing the students to experience first-hand the workings of the Israeli legal system.
January 22 - June 28, 2013
A six-month program designed by the Home for Bible Translators and the Hebrew University, specifically for Bible translators. The Spring 2013 program provides a home-like atmosphere wherein knowledge of the Hebrew Bible can be deepened and is open for English speaking translators and consultants who have already acquired basic knowledge of Hebrew.
February 20 - June 26, 2013
Innovative new program offered by the Hebrew University and ORT Braude College. The semester-long program, conducted in English, is designed for engineering students of advanced standing.
April 3- June 9, 2013
The University of Chicago's spring-quarter Jerusalem program provides students in the College with an opportunity to study Middle Eastern Civilizations in one of the world’s most fascinating cities. Participants also take a fourth course in “practical” Modern Hebrew or Arabic language at the appropriate level.
April 14 - April 25, 2013
This course provides some of the main theories of conflict management and resolution in the field of international relations with special emphasis on the Arab-Israeli conflict.
May 4 - May 21, 2013
This course will introduce students to the history of the Modern Middle East, and to the socio-cultural dimensions of both the Arabs/Palestinians, and the Israelis in the region for a better understanding of both peoples.
May 5 - May 23, 2013
This three-week seminar aims to provide Canadian business and law students with an overview of the contemporary Israeli legal system, while enabling them to discover the major social and economic challenges that Israel has grappled with in recent years.
May 22 - June 8, 2013
This Program offers students the opportunity to spend significant time living, studying, and working in a region that is experiencing monumental social and political change. Jerusalem, as a religious and political center, serves as base from which the students will gain a well-rounded understanding of the many issues facing Israel and Palestine.
May 27 - July 26, 2013
This program is part of a 14-city Yale College initiative around the globe, where Yale undergraduate students have an opportunity to work internationally for nine weeks over the summer. Internships are offered in a variety of career fields, including the arts, politics, global health, technology, community advocacy, finance, journalism, and law.
June 5 - June 20, 2012 & June 20 - July 5, 2012
Offers students three possible choices abroad for this coming summer (mix and match)
June 16 - June 19, 2013
In this intense academic course we will grapple with the challenge of creating social value. We will discuss the similarities and differences between economic entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship and glean lessons from the literature of economic entrepreneurship applicable to the social sector.
Summer of 2013 - Dates are to be announced
The Harvard program at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem offers an intensive introduction to both the Jewish world of late antiquity—the period of the emergence of Judaism and Christianity as we know them—and the world of modern Jewish history, especially the chapters dealing with modern Jewish nationalism and the emergence of Israel.
Summer of 2013
MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives (MISTI) connects MIT students and faculty with research and innovation around the world. MISTI works with hundreds of partners in Israel in academia and industry to offer MIT undergrads, grad students and recent alumni tailored internships (3-12 months) and opportunities in every major.
This program has been cancelled for the summer of 2013.
June 26-July 25, 2013
Don't Just See the World...Cover It! Go beyond the headlines and get the real story on Israel in this hands-on, four-week international reporting program in Jerusalem, one of the most vibrant and diverse cities in the world. Students will learn how to develop sources, conduct interviews and work with an interpreter and then report on the city around them, publishing their work on a professional-quality website.
June 27 - July 29, 2013
This Jewish Studies Program offers students the opportunity to earn eight credits in the arts and humanities or social sciences while living and studying in Jerusalem. The program is designed for students interested in learning first-hand about the history, politics, society, and culture of Israel. Students at other colleges and universities are also welcome to apply through MSU for credits to be transferred to their home institutions.
June 30 - July 28, 2013
InnovNation is a special program which seeks to expose students, professionals and entrepreneurs from all over the globe to Israel's booming high tech industries and wealth of creativity. This is achieved via courses that combine theoretical know-how with the insights and experience of Israel’s top innovative companies and entrepreneurs.
June 30 - July 28, 2013
University of Toronto undergraduate students studying social sciences are welcome to participate in an intensive summer learning experience, incorporating two summer courses in the field of Conflict Studies at the Rothberg International School at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Qualified volunteers can participate in archaeological excavations throughout Israel and earn Hebrew University credits.