Hebrew University of Jerusalem is an exchange destination for bachelor and for master students from the Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance at Utrecht University.

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Academic Calendar

Academic Calendar HUJI

Academic Calendar RIS

Autumn term: October - February

Spring Term: March - June/July


Areas of study open to exchange students

Course catalogue

Agreement with the School of Law and the Faculty of Social Sciences. However, exchange students can choose courses from all faculties, including Hebrew and Arabic courses during the semester. 
First degree courses are BA level.
Advanced degree courses are MA and PhD level courses.

Application & language requirements

English proficiency requirements

  • TOEFL 80 or IELTS 6
  • Language proficiency certificate issued by University Language Centers - B2 level
  • DAAD - only if sigined and stamped by University Language Center
  • Cambridge English Exames, C1 level

Students who have completed degrees at universities in which the sole language of instruction is English are exempt from this requirement.

Hebrew: Students who wish to take courses in Hebrew should consult the webpage on Hebrew levels

The minimum GPA requirement has been waived for UU students.

MA level courses

MA-level courses are available, however each request to participate in a MA/gruaduate level course will be handled individually. 
Advanced BA students can take MA courses upon approval of the academic advisor. 


Each course at HUJI is typically worth 4 HUJI credits, which is the equivalent of 168 hours of work, or 6 ECTS credits. A normal course load at HUJI consists of 20 HUJI credits per semester.
HUJI credits can be translated into ECTS as follows: 0.66 HUJI credits = 1 ECTS.

Soon you can also find information on this university’s credits in the credit conversion table on the UU website......



Information on visa requirements

All international students planning to study at the Rothberg International School must obtain a multiple-entry A/2 student visa through an Israeli embassy or consulate prior to arrival in Israel.  It is your responsibility to contact your nearest Israeli embassy or consulate and apply for the relevant visa in advance to your departure. Only an Israeli embassy or consulate can issue this visa. 

Number of places available

2 places per year

More information

More information about studying abroad: in Dutch and in English.

Do you have any questions about this partner university or would you like to know more?

Contact the International Exchange Office of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance.

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Contact details International Exchange Office

Attention! Due to the developments concerning the corona virus, all of our walk-in hours are cancelled until further notice.

You can reach us at ieo.leg@uu.nl for questions or othe signing of documents. Please mention your UU student number and field of study. 

You will be able to reach us by phone on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 1.30 PM to 3 PM +31 (0)30 253 7289.

Vera Noot
non-Europe: Paula Banning
For questions or appointments, please contact the exchange coordinators at ieo.leg@uu.nl

International Exchange Office - Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance
Janskerkhof 3
3512 BK Utrecht
The Netherlands