Hebrew University - General Information
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem was opened in 1925 on Mount Scopus, which overlooks the Old City of Jerusalem. Today nearly 23,000 students study on the four campuses of the University:
Mount Scopus Campus houses: the Faculty of Humanities and School of Education; Faculty of Social Sciences; Faculty of Law and Institute of Criminology; School of Business Administration; School of Occupational Therapy; School of Social Work and Social Welfare and the Rothberg International School;
Edmond Safra Givat Ram Campus houses the Faculty of Mathematics and Science, the School of Computer Science and Engineering and the Edmond & Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences;
Ein Karem Campus houses the Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center – Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Medical Research, School of Pharmacy, School of Public Health & Family Medicine, School of Nursing and the Faculty of Dental Medicine;
Rehovot Campus houses the Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food & Environment; School of Nutritional Sciences and the School of Veterinary Medicine.
The Hebrew University is open to all academically qualified applicants, regardless of nationality, race, creed, color or religion. Studies are offered on the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels and postgraduate diploma programs. A complete list of departmental programs is found here.