Facebook Pixel
+972 2 588 2600
Hebrew University

Discovering Israel Through the Lens: Photographing a Multicultural Society

Home » Academics » Summer & Short-Term Programs » Summer & Short-Term Courses by Subject » Discovering Israel Through the Lens: Photographing a Multicultural Society

Fast Facts


Discovering Israel through the Lens: Photographing a Multicultural Society

Course Number: 48891
Course Code: SPRL201

Teaching Faculty:

Gustavo Sagorsky

Language of Instruction:



Academic hours: 45
Credits: 3

Course Dates:

July 1-25, 2019


Currently registered at or accepted to an accredited higher education institution (or completed one year of study)

Application Deadline:

Extended to June 1, 2019


Tuition: US$ 1,810
Housing: US$ 840

Relevant Academic Fields:

Photography, Culture, Politics, Art, Sociology, Anthropology


  • Capture visual images of Israel’s diversity and dynamism.
  • Learn and practice professional techniques in photography.
  • Develop your personal aesthetic and create a photographic journal reflecting Israeli nature and society.
  • Meet professional photographers from the fields including fashion and photojournalism.


We’re pleased you’re applying to join us in Jerusalem. See our application guidelines or apply online now.

Applicants who require visa assistance from the Hebrew University are requested to apply no later than March 14, 2019, and to notify the Office that they require assistance. Applicants who require such assistance and apply after this date are not guaranteed to complete the visa application process in time for the program. For more information, please see here.


We’re happy to answer any questions you might have – or to chat for a bit to help you choose the right course or program.

Email Us
Call us: +972 2 588 2602

Find More Summer Courses

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

Need Help Getting Started?

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