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The registration for the 2013-2014 program is open:  APPLY NOW  

 Required documents:  

 You need to submitt the following documents for your application to be reviewed

  •  Two academic letters of recommendation (on line format available)
  • Your original academic transcripts, including a list of courses taken and·all grades received.
  • Health declaration for medical insurance
  • A passport size digital picture
  • A short essay: one page in length which includes the following or anything else you feel is relevant: Your interest and purpose in pursuing the MA in Jewish studies; how the programs fits into your overall professional growth; and how you will contribute to the program and class dynamics.
  • USD 100 application fee, payable by credit card or bank transfer.


  • BA Degree (minimum grade:  80 [GPA 3]) (80% of the credits should be from an accredited college or university);  
  • Previous academic studies in Jewish culture, including basic training in Hebrew: an advantage.  
  • Toefl exam, if the applicant comes from a non English speaking country: Minimum TOEFL requirements: 573 on the paper based test; 230 on the computer based test; and 89 on the internet based test. The University's Code is 7704.




  • Program's scholarships  

The program has two merit-based scholarships for USD $ 5,000 each.

The academic committee will review the scholarship applications only of the confirmed students ( who paid the $1,000 confirmation fees).

To apply, the candidate needs to send to the prorgram coordinator by email an essay written during his/her BA and a CV.


  • External scholarships

There are several opportunities in finding external scholarships. Allow yourself at least 6-9 months in advance of the academic year's commencement to begin your search, if not more, as many applications are competitive and/or require extra processing time.

For general tuition assistance options, you can look on the website :

MASA offers scholarships for Jewish students below 30.

Check here also this shcolarship program for Jewish students from Germany or who got their university - entrance exam in Germany