Bachelor's in Science of Nursing (BSN) Program
Do you want to learn to be leader in the field of nursing in the place where clinical nurse leaders are born? Do you want to study in the footsteps of nursing giants?
The Henrietta Szold Hadassah - Hebrew University School of Nursing is a leading institution in clinical nursing in Israel, consistently fostering leaders in the field of nursing both here in Israel and abroad for almost a century. The supportive classroom environment, dynamic faculty, interactive curriculum with an emphasis on hi-tech, hi-touch education combine research and studies with a comprehensive nursing education.
After graduation, our students consistently rank in the top percentile of the Ministry of Health's licensure exams. Our school has a tradition of student satisfaction. In a recent poll conducted by the university on the topic of student satisfaction, our students were found to be more satisfied in every category relating to overall satisfaction and satisfaction with the academic staff than the Faculty of Medicine.
To apply to our undergraduate degree in nursing, please visit the Hebrew University site for general undergraduate admissions http://info.huji.ac.il/inner.asp.
If you are an overseas student interested in our BSN program and currently hold a high school diploma or equivalent, please visit the Hebrew University admissions department http://info.huji.ac.il/inner.asp and in the overseas students page to determine if you are eligible to apply.
*Please note that all classes are given in Hebrew.
In addition to the general admissions, the Henrietta Szold Hadassah - Hebrew University School of Nursing requires the following:
Studies extend over four years. Only candidates born before December 31, 1989 are eligible. Registered nurses (RNs) must submit proof of their status (including their registration number).
Prior to a final decision, suitable candidates are interviewed in Israel. During the interview, candidates must mention any previous nursing studies or related courses.
Students who did not receive an exemption from Hebrew and/or English language studies are recommended to take a summer course prior to the beginning of the academic year.
Background in computer applications and in chemistry is recommended.
The Medics program at Kaplan Hospital and the RN Programs at Kaplan and Hadassah hospitals are dependant upon a minimum number of students.
At the end of the Bachelor's program, students must take an licensing examination administered by the Ministry of Health.
A condition for professional registration is Israeli citizenship or "permanent residency".