Spring Semester Application

Spring Semester Application

The Hebrew University follows a two-semester system. A number of departments accept students beginning in the spring semester. Applications must be submitted during December-January.

Spring semester applicants must meet all the general admission requirements (undergraduate / graduate), including Hebrew and English requirements.

There is no guarantee that students beginning their studies in the spring semester will be able to graduate in three years.

 The departments listed below will accept applications to the spring semester 2017\18. The application process will open on December 1st. The semester starts on March 18, 2018. 

Undergraduate Level:

Faculty of Humanities: Archaeology and Ancient Near East, Asian Studies, Bible, Classics, Comparative Religion, General and Comparative Literature,  German, Russian and East European Studies, Hebrew Language, Hebrew Literature, History, History of the Jewish People and Contemporary Jewry,  Jewish Studies, Jewish Thought, Linguistics, Musicology, Romance and Latin American Studies, Talmud and Halakha,  Theater Studies and the Multidisciplinary Studies Program (General Studies) 

Faculty of Social Sciences: Geography, Political Science

Faculty of Science: Mathematics (admission requirements changed from first semester and are now identical to those of Computer Science).

School of Engineering and Computer Science: Computer Science

Graduate Level:

Faculty of Agriculture, Food & Environment: All departments

Faculty of Dental Medicine: Bio-Medical Sciences in Dental Medicine

Faculty of Humanities: All departments, excluding Cognitive Sciences, Education, and English

Faculty of Law: Law, including programs in English offered through the Rothberg International School

Faculty of Medicine: Bio-Medical Sciences and Pharmacy

Faculty of Science: All departments

School of Engineering and Computer Science: Applied Physics, Computer Science, Bio-Engineering

Faculty of Social Sciences: Conflict Research, Management and Resolution, Cultural Studies, Geography ( including Urban and Regional Planning),  European Studies, German Studies, Statistics, and specializations.