Studium in Israel, also known as the Krupp Program, is a graduate theology program in cooperation with the Organization of Protestant Churches in Germany and the theology faculties at the Universities of Heidelberg, Tübingen, Berlin, Göttingen, Bonn and others. This program has been in existence for over 30 years.
You will enroll in courses at the Hebrew University in the following areas:
- Modern Hebrew
- Hebrew Literature
- History of the Jewish People
- Jewish Thought
- Jewish-Christian Relations
See the Studium in Israel website for more information about the program.
You will pay the tuition and fees listed on the Studium in Israel website, plus an application fee to the Hebrew University. See the Studium in Israel website for more information about costs.
See the Studium in Israel website for information on eligibility. You must first be accepted to the Studium in Israel program and only then will you apply to the Hebrew University.
Apply online through the Studium in Israel website. Once you’ve been accepted to the program, you should apply to the Hebrew University, through this link, as a full-time student for the coming academic year.
A Hebrew University admissions officer will contact students accepted by Studium in Israel in order to guide them through the Hebrew University’s admission process.
Please contact Studium in Israel with any questions.
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