Application Process

 

Registration for the school year of 2014-15 will be open from January 19th until June 30th.

All students are required to apply to the Glocal Community Development Studies Program, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

In addition, students are required to registerá either at theá Office of Students Admissions: http://info.huji.ac.il (for Israeli applicants),

or through the Office of Overseas Students admissions: http://info.huji.ac.il/overseas (for international students)

Each of these processes is described below:

Stage 1:

Glocal Application

Students are required to fill out the application form and send a hard copy of the following:

(a) Two passport pictures with your name and ID or Passport number on the back;


(b) Two photocopies of your passport or Israeli ID;


(c) Official or notarized academic records of previous studies;


(d) Two copies of your curriculum vitae;


(e) Two copies of your statement of purpose - describing your relevant background, why you wish to join this program and your career objectives (Up to one page)


(f) Three letters of recommendation: at least one from an academic faculty member and one from a former employer or supervisor who has first-hand knowledge of your professional skills. The recommendations should be sent directly by the referee through e-mail to Glocal@savion.huji.ac.il.

Please send the entire application package to the following address:

Community Development Studies Program
Faculty of Social Sciences
The Hebrew University
Mt. Scopus Campus
Jerusalem 91905

Stage 2:

Registration

Israeli applicants must also register through the Office of Students Admissions: http://info.huji.ac.il

Overseas applicants must also register through the Office of Overseas Students admissions: http://info.huji.ac.il/overseas

 

Acceptance process:

Suitable candidates who are invited for an interview and are accepted to the program will receive official notice from the Office for Students' Admission of the Hebrew University.

 

 
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