Bachelor in comparative religion in Hebrew university of jerusalem
The Department of Comparative Religion at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem is one of the best places in the world to delve into such matters. It is also the only department in the world where the subject may be learned in Hebrew (it is the only department in Israel to teach a BA in the field). The department is one of the oldest in the University, and yet has a young and up to-date staff and offers a rich, innovative and versatile study program. The program has two main emphasis, which enhance each other: The first is a rich introduction to the central religious traditions of the world and to formative theoretical concerns of the discipline of religious studies. The second is an experiential curriculum, in which we drive our students to contemplate the great existential questions that religions have dealt with since the dawn of humanity.
Higher Secondary School Certificate + one full year of study at a recognized university, a minimum score of 85 on the Psychometric sub-score / Amiram Test or 185 on the Amir Test , personal interview, Entrance exams for groups, Preparatory certificate, Previous Academic Studies, Additional scientific subject, Agricultural background, Previous professional background, Threshold requirement in mathematics, a minimum score of 105 on the YAEL/YAELNET or minimum level Dalet on the Proficiency Test
Humanities Faculty, Lecturer - Comparative Cultural Studies, Program Analyst, Staff Program Admin Mgr, Assistant professor