International Bachelor’s Degree Program

Why Earn Your BA Degree at
Hebrew University?

  • Study with leading experts and renowned faculty at Israel’s premier university, ranked 77th worldwide.
  • Earn your BA degree in English in just 3 years!
  • Live and study in Jerusalem, one of the worlds’ most inspiring cities, and explore Israel through year-round social and cultural activities.
  • Choose from 3 double-major BA tracks.
  • Enjoy an immersive academic experience through engaging lectures, workshops, and study tours designed to bring the subject matter to life.

Choose the track that’s right for you:

Acquire the practical skills needed to thrive in an increasingly diverse professional reality. Gain the knowledge and experience that will allow you to lead innovatively and effect lasting change.

At Hebrew University, Israel’s premier university and a global top-100 institution, you’ll earn your degree and learn from leading experts in the field. Through optional hands-on internships and immersive courses, you’ll gain real-world experience in Jerusalem, one of the world’s most inspiring and innovative cities. In your home-away-from-home, you’ll join a diverse international student community and enjoy excursions, events and social activities planned by our Office of Student Life especially for international students like yourself. What’s more, you’ll discover a city both ancient and futuristic, uncover a vibrant cultural, social, and religious mosaic, and immerse yourself in a dynamic business and high-tech ecosystem like no other. 

Program Overview

Our 3-year, double-major track will provide you with a strong orientation in business administration and a broad foundation in Liberal Arts. Through a comprehensive, stimulating, and innovative curriculum, you’ll cultivate advanced critical-thinking, analytical, communication, and leadership skills that will empower you to succeed in diverse professional environments anywhere in the world. 

In addition, at Hebrew University you’ll train to think unconventionally, to embrace creativity, and to discover the power of your ideas, through a hands-on academic journey designed to translate theoretical knowledge into essential practical experience. As a result, you’ll be prepared to stand out in today’s rapidly-changing workplace as a globally-minded employee with multidisciplinary training.

Prepare to make your mark on the professional world!

Curriculum

The multidisciplinary nature of our double-major program is its greatest asset. You’ll enjoy access to a wide range of core courses in business administration, Jewish Studies, and English literature, as well as numerous elective courses from across the humanities.

Business Administration (60 credits):

statistics, mathematics, finance, economics, accounting, management, organizational behavior, data & technology, and more.

Liberal Arts (60 credits):

  • Choose 2 out of 3 possible clusters
    1. Jewish Studies: Jewish texts, thought, philosophy, identity, religion, and more.
    2. Communications and Culture: cyber security, propaganda, media, digital platforms, global protest communication, public speaking, and more. 
    3. English: poetry, fiction, drama, academic writing, and a diverse array of electives on urgent contemporary concerns from woke culture to popular fiction.
  • Writing Skills and Composition
  • Elective and Cornerstone Courses: choose from a wide range of subjects.

The Jerusalem School of Business Administration

At Hebrew University’s Business School, we prepare our graduates to meet the challenges of today’s disruptive, rapidly-shifting global business environment, equipping them with the tools and skill-set to lead innovatively and effect change. More than 2,000 students study in the school’s BA, MBA and PhD tracks each year. Our faculty members are renowned academics and leading professionals whose research and courses are at the forefront of the field.

The Faculty of Humanities

Ranked 9th globally in Religious Studies (QS WUR, 2022), Hebrew University’s Faculty of Humanities is committed to shedding light on civilizations past and present, as revealed through history, language, literature, religion, philosophy, music, art, and material culture. In addition, the faculty contributes significantly to shaping Israeli society via countless initiatives designed to enhance Israeli community, society, and heritage. The numerous awards and grants received by its renowned academics and researchers, including competitive international prizes, attest to the high quality of research and teaching for which the faculty is widely known.  

Career Opportunities

As a graduate of our double-major degree program in business administration & multidisciplinary humanities, your broad professional orientation and adaptability will make you highly employable. You’ll have access to a flexible range of career path opportunities in fields such as finance, accounting, management, human resources, operations, politics, journalism, writing, marketing, and much more. Design the future that suits you best!

Please note that HebrewU reserves the right to cancel programs for which there is insufficient registration.

 

Gain the theoretical knowledge and skill-set to communicate effectively, to plan with vision, and to lead with impact.

At Hebrew University, you’ll earn your degree at Israel’s premier university and a global top-100 institution, and learn from leading experts in the field. Through optional hands-on internships and immersive courses, you’ll gain real-world experience in Jerusalem, one of the world’s most inspiring and innovative cities. In your home-away-from-home, you’ll join a diverse international student community and enjoy countless excursions, events and social activities planned by our Office of Student Life especially for international students like yourself. What’s more, you’ll discover a city both ancient and futuristic, uncover a vibrant cultural and religious mosaic, and immerse yourself in a thriving business and high-tech ecosystem like no other. 

Program Overview

Our 3-year, double-major track complements studies in business administration with a strong foundation in the humanities and the development of advanced language skills. You’ll learn to read, write, and think critically, enjoy exposure to diverse cultural  perspectives, and engage in thought-provoking discursive analysis. In addition, you’ll learn how to plan strategically, master financial principles, and lead projects across the business spectrum. Through a comprehensive, stimulating, and innovative curriculum, you’ll cultivate advanced analytical, communication, and leadership skills that will empower you to succeed in diverse professional environments anywhere in the world. 

Curriculum

The multidisciplinary nature of our double-major program is its greatest asset. You’ll enjoy access to a wide range of core courses in business administration and English, as well as numerous elective courses.

  • Business Administration (60 credits): statistics, mathematics, finance, economics, accounting, management, organizational behavior, data & technology, elective courses, and more.
  • English (60 credits): analysis of poetry, fiction, drama, world literature, and 20th century literature, as well as academic writing as well as a diverse array of electives on urgent contemporary questions from woke culture to popular fiction.

The Jerusalem School of Business Administration

At Hebrew University’s Business School, we prepare our graduates to meet the challenges of today’s disruptive, rapidly shifting global business environment, equipping them with the tools and skill-set to lead innovatively and effect change. More than 2,000 students study in the school’s BA, MBA and PhD tracks each year. Our faculty members are renowned academics and leading professionals whose research and courses are at the forefront of the field.

The Faculty of Humanities

Hebrew University’s Faculty of Humanities is committed to shedding light on civilizations past and present, as revealed through history, language, literature, religion, philosophy, music, art, and material culture. The numerous prizes and grants received by its renowned academics and researchers, including international prizes and ERC grants, attest to the high quality of research and teaching for which the faculty is widely known. The faculty’s English Department has a long-standing reputation of research excellence and is home to leading scholars in the study of Shakespeare, Milton, Dickens, Hardy, Conrad, Joyce, Woolf, Beckett, Flann O’Brien, Nabokov and Coetzee, as well as contemporary American literature and literary theory. 

Career Opportunities

As a graduate of our double-major degree program in business administration & English, your broad professional orientation and adaptability will make you highly employable. You’ll have access to a flexible range of career path opportunities in fields such as finance, accounting, management, human resources, operations, journalism, writing, editing, publishing, marketing, media, education, and much more. Design the future that suits you best!

Please note that HebrewU reserves the right to cancel programs for which there is insufficient registration.

Pursue an education that is unique to you, acquire a broader understanding of the world in which you live, and prepare to effect lasting change.

At Hebrew University, you’ll earn your degree at Israel’s premier university and a global top-100 institution, and learn from leading experts in the field. Through optional hands-on internships and immersive courses, you’ll gain real-world experience in Jerusalem, one of the world’s most inspiring and innovative cities. In your home-away-from-home, you’ll join a diverse international student community and enjoy countless excursions, events and social activities planned by our Office of Student Life especially for international students like yourself. What’s more, you’ll discover a city both ancient and futuristic, and immerse yourself in a vibrant cultural and religious mosaic like no other. 

Program Overview

Our 3-year, double-major track in multidisciplinary studies and English offers a broad-based education in diverse subject areas such as Jewish studies, communications, and English literature, allowing you to develop versatile and adaptable skills in analysis, critical-thinking, and communication. You’ll discover how multiple academic disciplines interact and influence each other, and develop well-rounded theoretical and practical expertise that can be applied to a wide range of industries and professional frameworks once you graduate. 

Curriculum

The multidisciplinary nature of our double-major program is its greatest asset. You’ll enjoy access to a wide range of courses in the liberal arts and social sciences, in areas such as communications, Jewish studies, English, and more.

Liberal Arts (60 credits):

  • Choose 2 out of 3 possible clusters
    1. Jewish Studies: Jewish texts, thought, philosophy, identity, religion, and more.
    2. Communications and Culture: cyber security, propaganda, media, digital platforms, global protest communication, public speaking, and more. 
    3. English: poetry, fiction, drama, academic writing, and a diverse array of electives on urgent contemporary concerns from woke culture to popular fiction.
  • Writing Skills and Composition
  • Elective and Cornerstone Courses: choose from a wide range of subjects.

English (60 credits): analysis of poetry, fiction, drama, world literature, and 20th century literature, as well as academic writing and a diverse array of electives on contemporary cultural concerns from woke culture to popular fiction.

The Faculty of Humanities

Hebrew University’s Faculty of Humanities is committed to shedding light on civilizations past and present, as revealed through history, language, literature, religion, philosophy, music, art, and material culture. The numerous awards and grants received by its renowned academics and researchers, including competitive international prizes, attest to the high quality of research and teaching for which the faculty is widely known.  The faculty’s English Department has a long-standing reputation of research excellence and is home to leading scholars in the study of Shakespeare, Milton, Dickens, Hardy, Conrad, Joyce, Woolf, Beckett, Flann O’Brien, Nabokov and Coetzee, as well as contemporary American literature and literary theory. 

The Faculty of Social Sciences

The Faculty of Social Sciences is Hebrew University’s largest faculty, with a total of 3,600 students. The faculty encompasses a broad spectrum of fields such as communications and journalism, economics, geography, international relations, political science, statistics, and more. The faculty’s Department of Communication and Journalism is ranked 1st in Israel and 17th in the world (Shanghai, 2022), and is home to renowned faculty and leading experts who are at the forefront of communication research on topics of critical national and global concern. 

Career Opportunities

As a graduate of our double-major degree program in Liberal Arts & English, your broad professional orientation and adaptability will make you highly employable. You’ll have access to a flexible range of career path opportunities in fields such as academia, human resources, public relations, journalism, writing, editing, publishing, marketing, media, education, politics, and much more. Design the future that suits you best!

Please note that HebrewU reserves the right to cancel programs for which there is insufficient registration.

Take a look at our pages for prospects, students, faculty and staff, alumni, and parents – or contact us!

TrackSAT ACT Psychometric Test
(General or QE)
Business & English1310 28629
Business & Liberal Arts131028629
English & Liberal Arts102019516
Pre-Semester Program: “Encountering Jerusalem” 2023-24
Spring
Practical Hebrew Beginners 4 credits
Israeli Society3 credits
Pre-Semester Program: “Encountering Jerusalem” 2023-24
Autumn
Practical Hebrew Beginners4 credits
Modern Standard Arabic Beginners 5 credits
Jerusalem: A Journey Through Time and Space3 credits
Pre-Semester Program: “Encountering Jerusalem” 2023-24
Autumn
Practical Hebrew Beginners4 credits
Modern Standard Arabic Beginners 5 credits
Jerusalem: A Journey Through Time and Space3 credits
Pre-Semester Program: “Encountering Jerusalem” 2023-24
Spring
Practical Hebrew Beginners 4 credits
Israeli Society3 credits