Estudiar Cursos de Verano en el Extranjero - Israel 2014
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Joint Program with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

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This special program offers 3 academic credits (45 academic hours) through the Rothberg International School (RIS) at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI), which is rated among the top 120 universities in the world.

in this program the study visits are distributed over a 4-week period.

Detailed program | Course syllabus |  HUJI's website

 

Additional summer courses:

A 6-credit program is also available, which allows participants to enroll in one of the following additional summer courses at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem:  

 Conflict Resolution from Theory to Practice: Israel as a Case Study
Academic Hours: 45 | Credits: 3 
The Arab-Israeli conflict is examined in the context of current practices and theories relating to conflict resolution.
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 Public International Law: The Case of Israel*
Academic Hours: 45 | Credits: 3 
Concepts in the international legal system are examined, making reference to the status of Jerusalem where relevant, and the status of the city after the 1967 Six-Day War is analyzed.
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The Middle East and the World: A Middle Eastern Perspective on International Relations*
Academic Hours: 45 | Credits: 3
The course aims to determine the common denominators and rules behind nationalism and ethnicity, domestic politics and foreign policy in the Middle East and North Africa.
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Revealing Israeli Society through Israeli Cinema*
Academic Hours: 45 | Credits: 3
Popular themes in Israeli cinema are introduced, with an emphasis on their sociological and political aspects. Documentaries and feature films are screened.

Contemporary Kabbalah: Jewish Esotericism in the Modern World*
Academic Hours: 45 | Credits: 3
The course offers a broad historical and conceptual introduction to Jewish mysticism, from the First Temple Period to the present day, through the study of primary texts and secondary literature.

 

 *The Hebrew University reserves the right to cancel courses for which there is insufficient registration