Admissions process

The Jewish Studies master’s program – admissions guidelines for 2018/2019:

In order to apply, the candidate must have bachelor’s degree in Jewish studies or bachelor’s degree or master’s degree in another field as well as a document certifying Hebrew proficiency at C1 level and Yiddish at B2 level of the European Language Educations System (CEFR). Applicants with foreign undergraduate degrees, in particular the graduates of Jewish religious upper schools, are also welcome to apply upon condition that they can demonstrate the necessary language skills.

Candidates who at the time of application do not have certificates confirming the required level of proficiency in these languages will be required to pass a test in Hebrew at C1 level and a test in Yiddish at B2 level. Additionally, their proficiency in English must be at least at B2 level.