The program provides students with a deep understanding of the physiology, biochemistry, molecular biology and ecology of the fundamental processes in fruit trees, ornamental plants, flowers and forest trees. These culminate in the master's thesis, for which the students harness the theoretical tools they acquired in order to explore problems rooted in the practical needs of agriculture and forestry both in Israel and globally.
Study tracks: Non-Thesis (40 HUJI credits) / Thesis (24 HUJI credits)
Duration of studies: 2 years in both tracks
Language of instruction: English
Associated faculty research department: Plant Sciences and Genetics in Agriculture
Bachelor's degree in Agriculture Sciences, Biology, or any other relevant field.
Without a supervisor agreement, the application will not be considered
Non-Thesis Track: Approx. $5,300 for international students per year / Approx. $4,300 for Israeli students/olim hadashim per year
Thesis Track: Approx. $280 per year
How to apply:
International Students (with a bachelor's degree from abroad)