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Graduate Hebrew Semester Courses

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Most Hebrew courses at the Rothberg International School are open to External Students who meet the relevant admission requirements.

The number of academic hours in each course depends on the level of instruction and framework of study. Students are placed into the appropriate class on the basis of their Hebrew level and academic background. Courses are held in a number of frameworks, mainly regular degree studies and Rothberg International School programs.

Each semester extends over 14 weeks.

Minimum academic requirement for admission: University degree.



Program dates: October 22, 2017-January 26, 2018
Final exam (Levels Dalet through Vav): January 26, 2018
Final exam (Levels Aleph through Gimel): January 28, 2018
Levels: Instruction is available on Levels Aleph through Vav (Beginners to upper-advanced)

Apply by: September 22, 2017


Program dates: March 18 -June 28, 2018
Final exam (Levels Dalet through Vav): TBA
Final exam (Levels Aleph through Gimel): TBA
Levels: Instruction is available on Levels Aleph through Vav (Beginners to upper-advanced)

Apply by: January 27, 2018

Class Schedule

Level (weekly hours)MondayWednesdayThursday
Aleph, Bet, Gimel Dalet, Heh (10)8:30-12:008:30-10:008:30-12:00
Vav (8)8:30-12:008:30-12:00


External Students apply through the Division of Hebrew Language Instruction. They must fulfill all course requirements, and may not be allowed to continue their studies if they fail a course. External students must apply for each semester separately. Places are reserved on the basis of availability.


Please contact us with any questions about Hebrew language study:
Tel.: +972 2 588 2603, 588 2698, 588 2352, or 588 1363
Fax: +972 2 588 2363

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