Hebrew University is one of the top 100 universities worldwide, and among its prestigious institutions are the Faculty of Law and the Jerusalem School of Business Administration. Graduates of the Faculty of Law include Israeli attorneys general and Supreme Court justices.
Israel is also a global leader in social entrepreneurship and business innovation – and is known as the “Start-Up Nation.” HebrewU’s Rothberg International School (RIS) offers business-oriented programs that will provide you with applied knowledge, study tours of start-ups and accelerators, and (in some programs) internship placements. RIS even offers a Nonprofit Management and Leadership program that pays special attention to social entrepreneurship and social businesses.
Summer & Short-Term
All courses are open to both undergraduate and graduate students:
- Transdisciplinary Innovation Program (TIP)
- VC in Emerging Technologies: Investing in the Future
- International Summer Program in Economics Education (ISEE)
- The Asper International Program on Israeli Law and Society (Mishpatim)
- Mishpatim Seminar: Israeli & International Law
Individual Undergraduate Courses
Provided as examples only and subject to change:
- The Role of International Law in Formulating Foreign Policy
- Human Rights in Israel
- Israel’s Economy in the Global Context
- Neuroeconomics: The Brain in Decision Making
As an undergraduate student, you can choose to tailor your courses to suit your academic interests, selecting from among RIS courses and English-taught courses in other HebrewU faculties, such as the Faculty of Law and the Jerusalem School of Business Administration.
- Entrepreneurship & Innovation (M.B.A. or non-degree)
- Human Rights & Transitional Justice (M.A. or non-degree)
- Human Rights & International Law (L.L.M. or non-degree)
- Nonprofit Management & Leadership (M.A. or non-degree)
Non-Degree Graduate Studies
As a graduate student studying abroad with us from another institution, you can also choose to tailor your courses to suit your academic interests in a study abroad program or as a visiting research student, selecting from among RIS courses and English-taught courses in other HebrewU faculties, such as the Faculty of Law and the Jerusalem School of Business Administration.