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The teaching program is affiliated to the three Faculties: Social Sciences, Law, and Humanities. The teaching language is English. In addition to basic and methodological courses as well as simulations, obligatory to all participants, the program offers five specialization tracks over a period of two years:
Politics and Economy
Law and International Relations
Geography and Urban Studies
History and Sociology
Literature, Philosophy, Culture, and the Arts
Knowledge of the German language is not a pre-requisite for admission into the program. However, it is compulsory for all students in order to graduate to complete level B 1.2 according to CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference).
Students, who in the course of the M.A. program have to take German classes in order to demonstrate knowledge of the German language at an advanced level, can get credit for up to 8 credit points for German language courses offered by the Language Center of the Hebrew University. In addition, the Center for German Studies offers its students German language summer courses.
The program offers
Full tuition-fee stipends
Scholarships for summer German-language courses in Austria
Funded student-exchange programs
Subsidized study excursions to Europe
Integration of students into research groups and international conferences
Our students acquire extensive and unique tools and knowledge that give them an advantage in their integration into the public sector, the business sector, and the research and teaching system in academic institutions in Israel and abroad. Our alumni are employed in the Knesset Research and Information Center, they were accepted to the Cadet Course of the Israeli Foreign Ministry and Ministry of Economy, work for the Ministry of Defence, are parliamentary assistants of members of the European Parliament joined European Union consulting firms in Brussels as lobbyists and employees, and work for the Israeli Delegation to the European Union.