Study Opportunities at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Study programs offered

Mishpatim Seminar - Israeli and International Law

3 January to 24 January 2019

The Mishpatim Seminar - Israeli and International Law is offered by the Rothberg International School which is part of Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

It consists of one unit, Israeli & International Law and is taught intensively during January.

The assessment for JD students is a choice of either a research paper (7,500-10,000 words) or a sit down exam in Israel.

Mishpatim Contact: moran@austfhu.org.au or 02 9389 2825

Mishpatim Program.

Application, Program cost and funding available

The Mishpatim Seminar is only available to a combined total of 15 Monash LLB and Postgraduate Law students.

Expressions of interest for this program have closed for the 2019 program.

Mishpatim 2019 Seminar Program Upfront Costs:

  • Application fee: US$80
  • Accommodation fee: Private dorm room: US$690
  • Return airfares to Israel

Travel Grants available:

  • Monash Abroad will provide 15 x $500 travel grants to eligible students accepted and enrolled into the Mishpatim Seminar.
  • The Friends of Hebrew University Australia will provide a further 15 x $1200 travel grant to those students.
  • If a student receives funding and does not attend the program, they will be required to pay back the funding.

Unit Cost:

  • Students will be enrolled under a Law exchange elective for the 2019 program and will incur standard domestic university fees.
  • Students may apply for an OS-Help Loan if accepted into the unit, subject to the eligibility requirements for OS-Help Loans.

Eligibility

The Mishpatim Seminar is only available to Monash LLB and Postgraduate Law students.

To be eligible, you should have:
  • an active enrolment in a Monash undergraduate Law degree or postgraduate Law degree
  • a minimum credit average (60%) in your results of the law side of current course, at the time of application.
  • LLB students who intend studying law elective units overseas must have completed 48 credit points of compulsory or quasi compulsory units from the Bachelor of Laws or Bachelor of Laws(Honours) at the time of application. These 48 credit points of Law units can have been completed at Monash or have been given specified credit from another institution. Law JD students must have completed 72 credit points at the time of application.

Credit points

Mishpatim seminar - Israeli and International Law from 3 January – 24 January 2019 - 6 Monash credit points

For information on the program itself please visit Rothberg International School.

Contacts

Application process
If you have a question - ask.monash
Faculty of Law
15 Ancora Imparo Way
Monash University
Clayton  VIC 3168

Travel grants enquiry
Katy Owen
International Education Coordinator
Campus Centre, Clayton campus
Level 1 (above the bookshop)
21 Chancellors Walk
Monash University
Victoria, 3800 Australia

Please refer to the Monash Abroad website for eligibility requirements and further information regarding travel scholarships.