Admission to programs at the Leon H. Charney School of Marine Sciences is competitive, and each applicant’s achievement and recommendations are assessed on an individual basis. While each program has its specific application requirements, the information on this page is an outline of the general requirements.
Graduate degree programs are open to students who have completed a recognized Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree with a suitable final grade. For international students, a minimum of 3.0 GPA, 80% or equivalent is required. A TOEFL test may be required if the applicant’s native language is not Hebrew or English. Ph.D. studies are offered in the Department of Maritime Civilizations and are intended for students with an M.A. or an equivalent degree in Life Sciences, Earth Sciences or Humanities.
Applications are submitted online for national as well as international programs. Undergraduate diploma and transcript (Masters diploma and transcript for those applying for the Ph.D. program), curriculum vitae/resume, statement of research intent including research interest, goals and aims (500-700 words) are required. Suitable applicants will be interviewed.
We encourage you to carefully read through the full information on each program’s webpage in detail and contact the relevant department with any questions.