Joint Event 2020

The Joint Event is an annual networking and learning event that brings together students from three Hebrew University international master programs: Glocal, Agri and IMPH.

The programs are sponsored by the Pears Foundation and share a common mission of international development and knowledge transfer.

Prof. Isabelle Masneuf-Pomarede intensive wine microbiology course

Last week we had the honor of hosting Prof. Isabelle Masneuf-Pomarede from the Bordeaux Sciences Agro, Institut des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin (Institute of Vine & Wine Science) at the International School.

Isabelle taught an intensive 3-day course on her area of expertise, wine microbiology, to our alumni and current students from the second cohort of our prestigious International MSc program in Viticulture and Enology.

Hebrew lessons (Ulpan) at the Rehovot Campus

Hebrew lessons (Ulpan) at the Rehovot Campus will begin on November 10th!

Here are the details:

Sundays 14:30-17:00

20 meetings (3 academic hours per meeting)

Price: 450 NIS total

Location: TBD

Registration period: November 3-10, 2019 

Registration and payment is done at the Division of External Studies, through Ms. Sagit Shkolnik



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