US Federal Loans

American students studying in the following Master’s degree programs at the Rothberg International School of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem are eligible to apply for Stafford Direct Unsubsidized loans and Direct PLUS loans.

–          MA in Smart Cities and Urban Informatics

–          MA in Nonprofit Management and Leadership

–          MA in Israel Studies

–          MA in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies

–          MA in Archaeology in the Land of the Bible

–          MA in the Bible and the Ancient Near East

–          MA in Jewish Studies

–          International StartUp 360 MBA

–          MA in Human Rights and Transitional Justice

More information coming soon for American students enrolled in the International Bachelor’s Degree program.

For more information and to apply for US Federal loans please email finaid@hebrewu.org.

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English & Liberal Arts102019516
Pre-Semester Program: “Encountering Jerusalem” 2023-24
Spring
Practical Hebrew Beginners 4 credits
Israeli Society3 credits
Pre-Semester Program: “Encountering Jerusalem” 2023-24
Autumn
Practical Hebrew Beginners4 credits
Modern Standard Arabic Beginners 5 credits
Jerusalem: A Journey Through Time and Space3 credits
Pre-Semester Program: “Encountering Jerusalem” 2023-24
Autumn
Practical Hebrew Beginners4 credits
Modern Standard Arabic Beginners 5 credits
Jerusalem: A Journey Through Time and Space3 credits
Pre-Semester Program: “Encountering Jerusalem” 2023-24
Spring
Practical Hebrew Beginners 4 credits
Israeli Society3 credits