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Study Abroad

 

The links to the left provide information on study abroad opportunities through the Jewish Studies Program. KU students can take Jewish Studies classes abroad at any sponsored institution.


More Information

For more information on study abroad programs in general or scholarships and financial aid, visit the KU Office of Study Abroad.
You can also stop by the Jewish Studies office or send an email to JewishStudies@ku.edu for more information on off-campus study opportunities.

Welcome Professor Zeedan!
The Jewish Studies Program is delighted to welcome Prof. Rami Zeedan as a new faculty member! Prof. Zeedan holds a Ph.D. in Israeli Studies from the University of Haifa in Israel. His research interests include the history of modern Israel, Israeli politics, Middle-Eastern politics, ethnic politics, urban affairs and local governments, and public opinion. This Fall he is teaching courses on Israeli politics and government, and on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. 
Cost Comparison

Click here for a cost comparison of attending KU vs. studying in Israel.

Upcoming Program Events
Common SIP program options for students studying in Israel

Click here to see common Student Initiated Program options for KU students studying in Israel.

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