Human Resource Management

Goals of the Program:

The Human Resource Management program focuses on the study of human capital in organizations by exploring management processes such as recruiting and interviewing employees; performance management; leading organizational development; cultivating employee's well-being and growth.

The program is suitable for those who are interested in learning extensive knowledge in the field of social sciences alongside the acquiring practical toolkit that allow to integrate into key positions in Israeli human resource job market.

This program is recognized by the Israeli Society for Human Resources Management.


Admission Requirements:

  1.  Acceptance based on the matriculation exams (Bagrut) without the Psychometric exam
    • Candidates with an average of 105 will be accepted.
    •  It is mandatory to have a score of 85 or higher in the AMIR-AMIRAM exam.
  2.  Acceptance based on matriculation exams (Bagrut) and the Psychometric exam
    • Candidates with an average of 56 or higher will be accepted.
    • It is mandatory to have a score of 85 or higher in the English section of the Psychometric exam or AMIR-AMIRAM exam.
  3. YAEL exam: this exam is an exam of Hebrew knowledge required of all applicants to the University who completed their matriculation exams (Bagrut) and Psychometric exam in a language other than Hebrew. Most exam-takers are members of Arab society, foreign students, and immigrants. The range of exam scores is similar to those achieved on the English portion of the psychometric exam, and to the AMIR-AMIRAM exam.

As of registration for the 2021-2022 academic year, the threshold for admission to the University will be a score of 105 on the YAEL exam.


For those applicants who received a score of 84-104 on the YAEL exam, the University will offer intensive summer courses in order to improve Hebrew proficiency. At the end of the course, students will be required to take the YAEL exam and meet the required threshold of a score of 105 or higher.


The course Curriculum:

The curriculum combines an extensive theoretical basis and practical insights. It is designed to provide students with the knowledge and experience in conducting academic research and advancing their critical thinking and problem-solving skills. The program offers courses from various disciplines in social sciences including psychology, organizational behavior, human resources, sociology, political science, economics, and business administration.


*** Registration may close earlier due to full occupancy.

Study Days

The program is composed of courses spread over two days:

  • Tuesday - between 8:00 – 20:00
  • Friday - between 8:00 – 14:00


English courses (according to the student level), Judaism courses and enrichment courses are offered on additional days.


Introductory video - The Human Resource Management Program