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The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI)

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI)

HUJI at a Glance

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI) is one of the world’s premier research institutions, ranked 77th globally (Shanghai Ranking, 2022). Founded by luminaries such as Albert Einstein and Sigmund Freud, we’re at the forefront of cutting-edge research, entrepreneurship, and innovation in a broad range of fields, including brain sciences, medicine, biomedicine, life sciences, mathematics (ranked 17th worldwide) agriculture, humanities, social sciences, law (ranked 30th worldwide), and more.

Hebrew University strives for excellence in research. Our 6 campuses house 100+ research centers, where close to 4,000 research projects are underway year-round. HUJI’s distinguished researchers are recognized by awards of international acclaim, including 8 Nobel Prizes, the Fields Medal, the Turing Medal, and the Wolf Prize. Their accomplishments are also reflected in their high number of competitive research grants and publications in prestigious international journals. Yissum, HUJI’s tech transfer company, ranks 15th worldwide in the number of registered patents, and is responsible for marketing the technology and scientific know-how generated by HUJI researchers and students.

Student Community

Our community comprises 25,000 students, 10% of which are international students representing 90 countries worldwide. While studying and conducting research at HUJI, they enjoy Jerusalem’s thriving and diverse international student community and the social, spiritual and cultural exploration the city offers.

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI)

PhD Studies and Research Opportunities

As a PhD student at HUJI, you’ll have the option of choosing from PhD paths ranging from structured to customized degrees that offer a great deal of flexibility, and can be tailored to your own research interests and pursuits. Through supervised, hands-on research, you’ll enjoy stimulating mentorship by renowned faculty, access to state-of-the-art laboratories, and membership in a top-tier global research community. In addition, HUJI maintains partnerships with prestigious universities worldwide, through which we offer joint PhD degree programs and cotutelles across all fields of study.

Hebrew University offers a wide range of research opportunities available year-round, across all fields of study. To explore relevant research openings, visit our Research Opportunities Database.

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Scholarships

A range of scholarship funding is available at HUJI for international PhD students, through supervisor research budgets, and internal and external funding schemes. Students in a thesis track in the experimental sciences are entitled to full tuition scholarships and living stipends.

In addition, as a PhD student you’ll benefit from social and logistical support through our Office of Student Life, and access to enriching social activities and cultural excursions.

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Through PhD research at Hebrew University, you’ll be skilled at critical inquiry and innovative thinking, and you’ll learn to navigate the professional world with confidence. The majority of international and Israeli PhD degree holders in Israel have earned their degrees at Hebrew University, and our alumni hold key positions on a global stage in academia, public service, science and industry, and the business sector.

Join us, and earn your PhD in an environment that facilitates experiential learning and pioneering research, while living in one of the world’s most fascinating locations.

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