Study Programs Offered by FGS

 1.

MSc Track
Applicants must have a Bachelor of Science (BSc), or  a Medical Degree (MD), from an accredited local or foreign institution of higher learning or other certificate deemed equivalent by the specific Board of Studies.
   

 2.

MSc Track in Science Teaching without a thesis
The Rothschild-Weizmann Program
This unique program is especially designed for outstanding Israeli high school teachers of science who hold a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree.
 

 3.

Direct PhD Track
This track derives from the MSc program. It is offered to FGS MSc students towards the end of their 2nd year. 
 

 4.

PhD Track
Applicants must have a Master of Science (MSc) degree with thesis, or  a Medical Degree (MD), from an accredited local or foreign institution of higher learning, or other certificate deemed equivalent by the specific Board of Studies.
 

 5.

PhD Track for Certified MDs
The program is designed for MDs with a strong interest in basic science research and who are willing to devote full-time research to this program.
 

 6.

 

PhD Track for Medical Residents / Specialist MDs
Candidates to the program may only be nominated by the management of the hospital in which they do their residency (or work as specialists), with intent to include them (upon completion of their studies at WIS), among the Hospital's leading research staff, in addition to their clinical duties.
The program is supported by The Linda and Michael Jacobs Charitable Trust.
 

 7.

Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
Applicants must have a Doctor of Philoshpy (PhD), or a Medical Degree (MD), from an accredited local or foreign institution of higher learning. 
   

 8.

Teaching Certificate Program
This program is designated for FGS students and graduates who wish to teach sciences to High School students in Israel.