The Master's programme Hebrew and Jewish Studies comprises 60 ECTS:
The Master's in Hebrew and Jewish Studies is built around two core components:
This core course offers an indepth introduction to academic Jewish Studies as a profession. Centering on concrete historical cases and sources, it is designed to help each student place his/her area of specialisation within the broader field, both historically and theoretically. Students will acquire a broad repertoire of scholarly approaches, which they can apply to their own research trajectories.
The term paper is connected to the Winterschool in Hebrew and Jewish Studies, which offers an interdisciplinary exploration of a selected theme through a combination of lectures, reading groups, site visits and ateliers.
You can tailor the programme to your own interests through a broad range of electives. Each students trajectory is designed in close consultation with the programme director and study adviser.
The Master's thesis reports on research carried out by the student under the supervision of an academic staff member involved in the programme. The subject of the thesis must be mutually agreed upon by the student and academic adviser(s).
For information on available internships and the experiences of other student interns, please consult prof. Irene Zwiep, or follow the link below and search for internships for international students in the A-Z list.
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Students who show exceptional promise during a regular or professional Master's programme are encouraged to continue their studies in a research Master's programme. Once students are admitted to the research Master's programme, they can transfer credits earned during their previous course of study towards their Research Master's degree. The Examinations Board determines which courses qualify for transfer.