Students conduct research and write their thesis under the supervision of the lecturers in the Animal Science Department and the Koret School of Veterinary Medicine. Research topics are in both applied and basic sciences, and include improving and increasing productivity; animal welfare; livestock, pet and birds diseases and medicine; public health; development of models for human disease research; and the functionality and control of basic mechanisms at the various levels – the cell, the tissue or the animal as a whole.
Study tracks: Non-Thesis (40 HUJI credits) / Thesis (24 HUJI credits)
Duration of studies: 2 years in both tracks
Language of instruction: English (as long as there is an English-speaking student enrolled in the course)
Students with a bachelor's degree in biology and life sciences, students with a DVM degree, or students in the combined DVM/M.Sc. program at the Koret School of Veterinary Medicine.
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)