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  2. These individual grants, ranging from one and a half to two million euros each, cumulatively amount to 11.5 million euros (47 million shekels). This achievement positions the Hebrew University at the forefront among Israeli research universities, boasting the highest number of winners in this category.

  3. HUJI International

    Join the ranks of exchange students from partner universities around the globe; study and excel at a top-tier university, and immerse yourself in the enthralling city of Jerusalem, rich in historical landmarks and cultural diversity, and boasting a vibrant night life scene and local foodie culture. Students interested in joining Hebrew ...

  4. Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Wikipedia

    The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI; Hebrew: הַאוּנִיבֶרְסִיטָה הַעִבְרִית בִּירוּשָׁלַיִם) is a public research university based in Jerusalem, Israel. Co-founded by Albert Einstein and Chaim Weizmann in July 1918, the public university officially opened in April 1925.

  5. For foreign degree holders, outstanding high-school students, mature students, inter-university students, and more. YAELNET Exam Hebrew proficiency test for applicants with Israeli 'Bagrut' matriculation certificates graduating from non-Hebrew speaking high schools.

  6. Mount Scopus Campus, Jerusalem 9190501 Edmond J. Safra Campus, Givat Ram, Jerusalem 9190401 Hadassah Ein Kerem Campus, Jerusalem 9112001 Rehovot Campus, PO Box 12, Rehovot 7612001 Contact Us

  7. Degree Programs | HUJI International

    PhD Degree. Already a HUJI student? See our special programs abroad. Hebrew University offers a great variety of degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels, among them more than 50 programs in English.

  8. Study | HUJI International

    Hebrew University offers a variety of online courses taught by leading professors in different fields. Joint Degree Programs Find out about our joint degree programs with universities in Germany, Singapore, China, Australia and Israel.