The bright young people who fill the classrooms and libraries of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem are Israel’s greatest asset
The bright young people who fill the classrooms and libraries of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem are Israel’s greatest asset. They are full of hope and promise, eagerly pursuing one of life’s greatest adventures – the ongoing quest for knowledge and for meaningful achievements. Israel’s future lies with these young people, and the Hebrew University is committed to ensuring that they receive the finest education possible.
“Our students have put their lives on the line for their community and country. As they served us, we wish to serve them,” said Vice-President for Advancement and External Relations Prof. Ronnie Friedman in announcing the establishment of a fund that will provide scholarships and services for the almost 1000 students who served in the Protective Edge campaign.More
Eldan Postan is a third-year HU student and a Major in the Israeli Navy. He is also the founder of nonprofit called The Sky is the Limit. Its staff — all HU students — have spent the past month visiting kids and youth in shelters and entertaining them with various activities. Eldan was recently called away from his exams to serve as a ship captain during the current conflict, and the following letter expresses his gratitude to those who have helped support The Sky is the Limit.More
The Hebrew University is launching a new one-year International MBA in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, starting in autumn 2014. The English-language program, offered by the University’s Jerusalem School of Business Administration and Rothberg International School, includes professional internships throughout the program and access to Israel’s thriving business hub, including hi-tech firms and start-ups.More
Since its establishment in 1977, the International Sephardic Education Foundation (ISEF) has been a strategic partner of the Hebrew University in providing scholarships to outstanding students from disadvantaged backgrounds throughout their studies. Today ISEF alumni can be found in leadership positions in all spheres of Israeli society, including the Knesset, academia, health services and education.More
The Hebrew University's innovative Glocal Community Development Studies program showcased its students' internships through pictures, student lectures and presentations. The event touched upon many of the challenges confronting community development workers throughout the world, while capturing the unique voices and perspectives of the students working to address them.More