Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Jerusalem, Israel
The Faculty of Law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem is Israel’s first and leading institution of higher learning. The Faculty has established an outstanding, world-renowned student exchange program with top universities around the world. The exchange program offers a rich and diverse range of world-class classes in English, allowing foreign students enrolled in partner universities the opportunity to spend a semester in Jerusalem and to participate in the Faculty's rich program of studies.
Two Fowler Law students may participate in the Hebrew University exchange program each Fall semester. Applications must be made in the Spring semester of a student’s 2L year for participation in the Fall semester of the 3L year.
This program is subject to review by the University and law school on an annual basis.
- Learning Objectives Orientation (required): Must be completed prior to departure. Students must will meet with a Fowler Law faculty advisor to establish learning objectives for their semester participation.
- Chapman University Study Abroad “First Steps” Orientation (required): Must be completed prior to departure. Please contact Kristin Beavers, Associate Director, Chapman University Center for Global Education, firstname.lastname@example.org and see the information page at https://web.chapman.edu/CGESignup/.
- Hebrew University Orientation Program (required): Exact dates to be determined, but beginning in October 2017. Please contact Hebrew University Law School for details.
- Classes Begin: To be determined, but beginning in October 2017.
- Classes End: To be determined, but ending in January 2018. (Fowler Law students may be able to leave in December and complete papers/exams remotely. Students participating in the program must work with Hebrew University instructors and program coordinator to complete their course requirements.)
- Evaluation and Assessment (required): Must be completed upon return. Students must meet with a Fowler Law faculty advisor to review their learning objectives and complete an evaluation of their participation and the degree to which learning objectives were met.
Applications must include:
- Study Abroad Application
- Personal Statement
- Curriculum Vitae
- Name of a Fowler faculty member who can provide a recommendation
- Unofficial transcript
All students considering study abroad should review U.S. Government Travel Information, and especially any relevant official Travel Warnings. Links to up-to-date information are available at the Chapman University Center for Global Education website at https://www.chapman.edu/international-studies/center-for-global-education/student-resources/living-abroad.aspx