Information for Applicants
General Admission Requirements
0810 The Faculty Graduate Program in the Arts
This interdisciplinary program in the Arts is geared for those interested in the broader vista of connections and relations between the arts.
This program allows the student a wide choice from the various disciplinary courses offered by the Faculty, in accordance with his or her own personal interests.
0810 Track 851 The Interdisciplinary Program in the Arts: Film and Television track
The graduate degree in the film and television track of the Interdisciplinary Program in the Arts is designed to allow the development of theoretical studies in film, television, and digital media in Israel as well as to provide the necessary training for a new generation of scholars and teachers in the field. It is the first program of its kind in Israel which offers a unique opportunity to contribute to the understanding of the cultural and artistic aspects of local and global film and television in the hope of establishing cinema, television, and digital media studies as a central component in Israeli culture. Students in the film and television track will be offered core courses in cinema, television, and digital media studies in addition to courses on cinema and other art forms in the interdisciplinary program.
Requirements for admission
a. Undergraduate Diploma grade average of 85 or higher as well as a minimal grade of 85 in all undergraduate seminars. The final decision on admission will be made by the department’s admissions committee.
b. Applicants who hold a graduate degree in other fields will be required to complete one year of additional film and television studies comprising of 32 academic credit points, which will include introductory courses and undergraduate seminars. The average grade in these courses must be at least 80 with a minimal grade of 85 in all seminars.
c. In some cases, applicants with degrees in film studies from other institutions of higher learning will be required to complete courses and seminars as deemed by the department’s admissions committee.