An individual may apply for doctoral studies if he/she meets the following conditions:
A. 1) Holds a Master's degree with thesis from the Hebrew University, or from an institution of higher education in Israel, or from a non-Israeli institution of higher education, recognized by the Hebrew University, with the following grades:
Master's Degree – minimum grade 85;
Master's thesis – minimum grade of 85 (90 in Humanities);
Master's final exam – minimum grade 85 (wherever applicable)
2) Studying in the final year for Master's degree with a thesis at the Hebrew University, or at an institution of higher education in Israel, or at a non-Israeli institution of higher education, recognized by the Hebrew University, with a grade average of 85 at least. A decision on acceptance will be conditional. For detailed information on the admissions process in this track, please see the file – Conditional Admission - Information.pdf
3) Studying at the Hebrew University in the direct Ph.D. track, and successfully completed the requirements of the track in the faculty to which he/she belongs.
B. The Authority for Research Students finds him adequately prepared to pursue research in the field of his choice.
C. The suggested research can be carried out at the Hebrew University.
D. Has obtained the written consent of an advisor for his/her doctoral dissertation in the relevant department, prior to registration.
The decision to accept candidates for doctoral studies is within the purview of interdisciplinary doctoral committees.
A disciplinary committee may set a threshold higher than the minimum specified above and may require additional screening methods such as a personal interview or an examination.
The interdisciplinary doctoral committee may decide to accept only some of the candidates who meet the admission criteria.