Sep 1, 2020
ILS 26,000 / Year
Students with no prior knowledge of the target language must start with Level I. Students with prior knowledge must complete a written and oral placement test and receive a grade in order to validate a level. More information about levels offered here.
|Ancient Greek I + II (Intensive)||12.0|
|Ancient Greek III||6.0|
|Ancient Greek IV||6.0|
|Biblical Hebrew I||10.0|
|Biblical Hebrew II||10.0|
Student should choose 10.0 ECTS from the Optative course lists. Courses in this list can also be chosen as electives.
|Theoretical & Practical Courses||ECTS|
|Historical Geography III||2.0|
|Historical Geography IV||2.0|
|Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Philology||1.5|
|Introduction to Jewish Sources||1.5|
|Phonetics and Phonology||2.0|
|Translation Theory (Taught in A. Greek)||1.5|
|History of the Near East I||2.0|
|History of the Near East II||2.0|
Students registered in the One-Year Program in Ancient Philology may register for 20.0 elective credits as part of the program. Elective registrations outside of this amount or not included in the below list are subject to the regular course fee as listed in the administrative office.
|Ancient Greek V||6.0|
|Ancient Greek VI||6.0|
|Ancient Greek VII||6.0|
|Ancient Greek VIII||6.0|
|Biblical Hebrew III (Intensive)||6.0|
|Biblical Hebrew IV||6.0|
|Biblical Hebrew V||6.0|
|Biblical Hebrew Readings||3.0|
|Bohairic Coptic I||3.0|
|Bohairic Coptic II||3.0|
|Ancient Greek Readings I, II, III, IV||3.0|
|Greek Lunch (Symposium) I, II, III, IV||3.0|
|Modern Hebrew (Aleph, Aleph+, Beth, Beth+, Gimel, Gimel+)||10.0|
|Theoretical & Practical Courses||ECTS|
|Introduction to Hebrew Literature||1.5|
|Issues in Teaching Ancient Languages||1.5|
|Introduction to Ugaritic Language & Literature||2.0|
|Seven Seals I (Taught in A. Greek)||2.0|
|Seven Seals II (Taught in A. Greek)||2.0|
|The Notion of God According to the Tanakh, Christian Bible and Qur'an||1.0|
|Applied Philology Seminar 1: Practicum||1.0|
|Applied Philology Seminar 2: Practicum||1.5|
|Applied Philology Seminar 3-6: Practicum||10.0|
Please prepare the following documents in order to apply. Application can be submitted online or by mail.
All documents must be submitted as PDF. Files should include the candidate’s family name followed by the item name (ex: Rodriguez passport copy). Documents can be sent individually.
Applications are examined by the Academic Board, which decides on the admission in the weeks following the submission of the full application.
This scholarship will cover 100% of tuition for two academic years, in the form of a tuition discount.
The recipient will receive a stipend up to 3,600 NIS per month. An additional stipend of 5,000 NIS may be awarded by the Management committee based on merit. Failure to fulfill the requirements will result in the revocation of the scholarship and the student will be responsible for paying the tuition in full.
Task Description: Students who receive this grant will be required to fulfill 30 hours of volunteer work per week in promotion during the academic year.
Prerequisites: Candidates should be students of a graduate program at Polis or have begun the application process. Candidates should also have demonstrable experience with Microsoft Office, Photoshop, website design, and social media.
NB: This grant is subject to the General Requisites of the Grant Fund, which can be found on the application form and upon request from the Administrative Office. These policies are in effect for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Deadline: September 1, 2020
For processing the application
Students who have been accepted to a program will be asked to confirm their attendance by paying the registration fee which is part of the total tuition fee for the academic year when they begin their studies.
Students who successfully complete this program will receive a certificate from the Polis Institute.
ECTS = European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System