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. 

Spring semester applicants must meet all the general admission requirements (undergraduate / graduate), including Hebrew and English requirements. Please note that there are changes in the admission requirements for some of the programs.

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

Admission for the Spring semester 2021/22 is open. The Spring semester opens on March 6, 2022.


The following departments accept applications for the Spring semster 2021/22:

Undergraduate Level:

Faculty of Humanities

Bible Studies
Talmud and Halacha
History of the Jewish people and Contemporary Jewry
Hebrew Literature
Hebrew Language
Jewish Thought
Jewish Studies
Asian Studies
Philosophy
Comparative Religion
Archaeology and Ancient Near East
History
Spanish and Latin American Studies
Russian and Slavic Studies
German Language and Literature
Classical Studies
Romance Studies
General and Comparative Literature
Linguistics
Theatre Studies
Musicology
Multidisciplinary Program in Humanities

 

Faculty of Social Sciences: 

Political Science
Geography

 

  Faculty of Science:

Mathematics

 

 Computer Science and Engineering:

Computer Science

 

Graduate Level:

Faculty of Humanities:

Bible
Talmud and Halacha
History of the Jewish People and Contemporary Jewry
Hebrew Literature
Hebrew Language
Yiddish
Jewish Thought
Jewish and Comparative Folklore
Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies
Arabic Language and Literature
Asian Studies
Philosophy
Comparative Religion
Archaeology and Ancient Near East
History
Spanish and Latin American Studies
Classical Studies
Romance Studies
General and Comparative Literature
Linguistics
History of Art
Musicology
 

Faculty of Social Sciences:

Statistics
European Studies
German Studies
Cultural Studies - Individual Graduate Program
Environmental Management, Planning and Policy
Geography

Geography and Urban and Regional Planning 
Natural Resources Management and Environmental Policy

 

Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment:

Field and Vegetable Crop
Horticulture
Agroecology and Plant Health
Soil and Water Sciences
Environmental Economics and Management
Genetics and Breeding
Biochemistry, Food Science and Nutrition
Plant Sciences in Agriculture
Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environment
MSc in Animal and Veterinary Science

 

Faculty of Dental Medicine:

Bio-Medical Sciences in Dental Medicine

 

Faculty of Law:
      Law

 

Faculty of Medicine:

Bio-Medical Sciences
Pharmacy

 

Faculty of Science: 

Applied Physics
Physics
Mathematics
Chemistry
Atmospheric Sciences
Plant Science (Botany)
Genetics
Brain and Behavioral Sciences
Hydrology and Water Resources
Geology
Environmental Sciences
Oceanography
Ecology, Systematics and Ecolution
Biotechnology

 

School of Education:

Teaching Certificate Program
Melton blended Masters in Jewish Education

 

School of Engineering and Computer Science:

Computer Science