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Rothberg International School The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  • Study Abroad in Israel

    Consistently ranked one of the World’s Top 100 universities and Top 25 schools outside of the US, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem invites international students to Israel to experience the outstanding, first-class overseas study abroad programs offered at the Rothberg International School.

  • Excellence

    The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is a multidisciplinary institution of higher learning and research, and an internationally recognized scientific center. The University’s faculty and alumni are leading world scholars and recipients of many national and international awards, including 8 Nobel Prizes. Among the Universities founders are notable intellectuals, scientists and philosophers, including Albert Einstein and Martin Buber.

  • Global

    The Rothberg International School opened its first program for in 1955, with 22 American students. Since then, the overseas study program has steadily expanded and the number of courses offered greatly increased. Today the Rothberg International School attracts more than 2000 students annually, from over 80 countries around the globe, who are looking to study in Israel in English.

  • Community

    The vibrant Mount Scopus campus offers abundant opportunities outside the classroom for international students to interact with one another and their Israeli peers. Students can take advantage of stimulating lectures and seminars, diverse social, cultural and religious activities, invigorating athletic and recreational pursuits, and so much more.

  • Knowledge

    The Rothberg International School is the international study center of the Hebrew University with courses designed to open inquisitive minds to new areas of knowledge and inquiry. Faculty members include young scholars and established professors in their fields who have studied at leading institutions of higher education in the world and who have been involved in the development of over 2,023 inventions and over 7,000 registered patents.

  • Jerusalem

    Jerusalem is a thriving city and modern metropolis, where East meets West, and Judaism, Christianity and Islam merge and overlap. The city offers an array of attractions including museums, restaurants, cafes and a vibrant night life. Jerusalem’s ideal location offers easy access to other main cities and attractions in Israel, including cosmopolitan Tel Aviv, the Dead Sea and more.



Outstanding Teachers
The Rothberg International School at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem congratulates the following teachers who were recognized as Outstanding Teachers according to the Teacher Evaluation Survey for the Academic Year 2013-2014.
The Rothberg International School wishes all of the Muslim faculty and students a Happy Ramadan.
Summer Courses
Applications for summer courses and summer language course are now being accepted. For more information and to apply, please see link.
Specialization in Jewish Education
New! Starting in October 2015, students in the MA in Nonprofit Management and Leadership have the option to specialize in Jewish Education. See here for more information.
JDC-Hebrew U Fellowship in Service
Introducing the JDC-Hebrew U Fellowship in Service. This exclusive fellowship offers Rothberg students the opportunity to engage in meaningful service work with one of Jerusalem's most vulnerable populations. Click here for more details.
Summer Course for Training Teachers of Hebrew Overseas
Summer Course for Training Teachers of Hebrew Overseas Summer 2015: July 1-23 110 Academic Hours, 5 Credits For more information please contact us by email:
Payment deadline
Reminder –May 27 is the last day to pay for the Arabic Immersion . Failure to pay by the deadline may result in a $150 late fee.
Payment Reminder
Reminder –July 9 is the last day to pay for the Summer Ulpan. Failure to pay by the deadline may result in a $150 late fee.
Payment deadline
Reminder –June 24 is the last day to pay for the Summer courses program . Failure to pay by the deadline may result in a $150 late fee.
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