Polonsky Prizes (2020) for Creativity and Originality in the Humanistic DisciplinesRead more
The Polonsky Prizes at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, were established eighteen years ago through the generosity and vision of Dr. Leonard Polonsky and the Polonsky Foundation.
British Friends Passover Appeal 2021Read more
An appeal supporting the Hebrew University’s needy students
Eyes on the FutureRead more
In Israeli Academic First, Hebrew University Launches an International Master’s Program in “Smart Cities and Urban Informatics”.
Can Understanding Constipation Help Diagnose Parkinson’s Disease Earlier?Read more
Hebrew University researchers unveil a chain of physiological events that may help provide new methods for disease diagnosis.
Hebrew University cancer drug without animal tests, using human-simulating chipRead more
Hebrew University professor, Professor Yaakov Nahmias says tech that mimics human body can now be used to develop other new treatments, saving time, animals’ lives and money.
Summer Study at the Hebrew UniversityRead more
Take advantage of the 10% discount for students applying via the British Friends: apply by March 15 and make payment by April 15.
E.T. Phones Home!Read more
Hebrew University Researchers Observe First Evidence of Delayed Radio Flares from Tidal Disruption Event by a Black Hole
Legends of Tomorrow’ – Hebrew University Medical Faculty researchersRead more
We may not know what tomorrow will bring, but we can be certain that Hebrew University students will always continue their pursuit of knowledge and the revolutionary breakthroughs.
The Revivim Progamme at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Celebrating 20 years developing Jewish Studies educatorsRead more
Revivim offers these excellent students the opportunity to complete a B.A. and M.A. in Jewish Studies, as well as teacher certification, in four concentrated years of study.
RECTOR’S FEBRUARY 20201 NEWSLETTER – Prof Barak MedinaRead more
The Rector has issued his latest update which includes news prestigious prize awards, Covid matters (research and students impact), planning for the 2021/22 academic year and more.