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Master of Arts
Optional Religious Studies Track
Academia, religious leadership
One year (three consecutive semesters)
August (Summer Ulpan, optional) or October (degree program); check the academic calendar
Bachelor’s degree, relevant background in Jewish Studies
May 15; late applications reviewed on a case-by-case basis
For financial information, see Tuition & Fees for Graduate students
Why M.A. in Jewish Studies?
- Study Jewish history and culture with top researchers in the field.
- Build a foundation in Modern Hebrew and study additional ancient languages.
- Specialize in Religious Studies.
- Learn while living in Jerusalem, a city sacred to Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
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Questions about the Curriculum
Email Dr. Ronnie Goldstein
Academic Head of the M.A. in Jewish Studies
Questions about Admission, Housing, and Other Practical Matters
Email the Division of Graduate Studies
Call us: +972 2 588 3184