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Visiting Researchers

Advanced graduate and doctoral students who wish to pursue research at the Hebrew University are invited to apply to the Visiting Research Fellow program. Students in this program enjoy privileges such as access to HebrewU libraries, archives, and online databases; participation in research projects at HebrewU labs; on-campus housing and health insurance coverage; visa assistance; student rates on public transportation; and the opportunity to build an international network of peers and mentors.

Students enrolled in master’s or doctoral programs abroad who have been invited by a HebrewU faculty member to collaborate on research for a period of up to one year may apply to this program. Visiting Research Fellows may not enroll in courses, with the exception of Modern Hebrew or Modern Standard Arabic language courses, for an additional fee.

Contact Graduate Department to become a Visiting Research Fellow at Rothberg.

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Live on-campus with international and Israeli students – including a staff of Israeli students who help you navigate life in Jerusalem. This vibrant city will be your second classroom, full of trips and tours.

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Rothberg International School
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Boyar Building, Mount Scopus
9190501 Jerusalem, ISRAEL 

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Pre-Semester Program: “Encountering Jerusalem” 2022-23
Practical Hebrew Beginners 4 credits
One course on various aspects of Jerusalem The Bible and the City3 credits