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B.A. Jewish Studies 25%

The most important Facts in brief

  • Degree: Bachelor of Arts
    Degree Bachelor of Arts
  • Start of the Studies: Winter Semester
    Start of the Studies Winter Semester
  • Standard Period of Study: 6 Semester
    Standard Period of Study 6 Semester
  • Language Acquisition: Hebrew
    Language Acquisition Hebrew
  • Course Language: German/English
    Course Language German/English

Jewish studies is a humanities discipline and as such is committed to the goal of reflecting on the cultural foundations of society on both a large and small scale. The task of the humanities scholar is primarily to understand, explain and ultimately also to mediate: between groups, to people, into society.
In its B.A. Jewish Studies course, the Heidelberg University of Jewish Studies aims to impart skills that complement the main subject at Heidelberg University with a special focus on Jewish life, history and culture.

Admission requirements:

Admission requirement for the course is the general higher education entrance qualification or a comparable qualification.

Qualification and content:

Jewish life is not limited to religious rites, but encompasses all areas of life. Accordingly, the Hochschule für Jüdische Studien offers several sub-subjects, ranging from the history of the Jewish people to the Bible and Talmud, philosophy, literature and linguistics through to Jewish art.
This unique diversity of subjects enables the Hochschule für Jüdische Studien to provide a comprehensive picture of Judaism in Germany, Europe and the world.

The Bachelor of Arts degree obtained on completion of the course qualifies students for further studies leading to a Master of Arts in Jewish Studies, but also enables direct entry into a career at Jewish museums, memorials, academic institutions, print, online and broadcast media or other institutions that require the relevant skills.

Detailed information can be found in the curricula and module handbooks. The Examinations Officeprovides information on examinations and examination regulations. the Student Advisory is also available to answer any further questions you may have.

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