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General information related to The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Postdoc status.
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI)
The Hebrew University has four campuses, three of which are in Jerusalem. The Mount Scopus Campus in the Northern part of Jerusalem houses the Faculty of Humanities, Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Law and the Schools of Business Administration and Social Work. The Edmond J. Safra Campus at Givat Ram in the centre of Jerusalem houses the Faculty of Science. The Ein Kerem Campus in the South of Jerusalem houses the Faculty of Medicine and Dental Medicine. The campus in the city of Rehovot houses the Faculty of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Quality Sciences, which includes the Koret Veterinary School.
For maps of campuses, buildings, parking areas, etc., click here.
Travelling between the different campuses is fairly easy and will often take place with other team members. There is a free shuttle bus between the campuses in Jerusalem.
There are libraries on all four campuses and the National Library resides on the Givat Ram Campus.
Postdocs at HUJI
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem has a vibrant Postdoc community working in different departments, projects and faculties. The International Office organises regular events for HUJI’s postdoctoral fellows.
Postdoctoral fellows at the Hebrew University have a student status. This means that they receive a student card and can enjoy student discounts and benefits (for example, in public transport). The International Office offers assistance and guidance in planning the move to Israel and finding one’s feet once you arrive (e.g. visa, opening a bank account).