Országos Rabbiképző – Zsidó Egyetem (Jewish Theological Seminary - University of Jewish Studies, Hungary)
Contact detailsORZSE Jewish Theological Seminary-University of Jewish Studies
Scheiber Sándor utca 2.
Tel: +36 13187049 / 143
ActivitesAwards degrees in Jewish Studies as a sole or major component
BA & MA rabbinical and cantor training: Including Ivrit; Biblical Hebrew; Torah; Hagiographi; Prophets; Liturgy; Midrash; Talmud; Pastoral practice; Septuagint and Vulgate.
BA Jewish Studies: Including modern Hebrew (Ivrit); Introduction to written doctrine; Introduction to oral doctrine; Torah; scripture; liturgy; prophets; Jewish Folklore; Ancient Jewish History; Medieval Jewish History; Modern Jewish History; History of Hungarian Jewry; Jewish Philosophy; Jewish literature; the Shoah; Midrash; Anti-Semitism; Rabbinic Literature; Talmud; Jewish Literature; Biblical Hebrew.
BA Denominational community building: Including Ivrit; Ancient Jewish History; Medieval Jewish History; Modern Jewish History; History of Jewry in Hungary; Protection of the Jewish Heritage; Jewish Philosophy; Jewish Law; Liturgy; Our Jewish Environment and Protection.
BA Denominational Social Work: Including Fundamentals of Social Theory; History of Society; Political Science; Cultural Anthropology; Jewish Social History; Jewish History; History of Jewish Culture; Anti-discrimination social work; Psychology of Religion; Ivrit.
MA Jewish Cultural History: Including Hebrew Bible; Rabbinic literature; Comparative Religious History; Jewish History - The Middle Ages; The history of Zionism; The universal and Hungarian history of the Shoa; Ancient Jewish Philosophy and History of Ideas; Medieval Jewish Philosophy and History of Ideas; Modern Jewish Philosophy and History of Ideas; Contemporary Jewish Philosophy and History of Ideas ; Anti-Semitism; Jewish, Christian and Muslim interaction; Jewish Literary Studies; History of Jewish Art; Cultural Memory and Trauma; Sociology of Religion; History and culture of the State of Israel; Ivrit; Biblical Hebrew.
Jewish Cantor training: Including Biblical Hebrew; Jewish Cultural History; Pilgrimage Prayer; Saturday Prayer; Prayer for Penitential Holidays; Singing religious songs; History of Jewish Music; Jewish Music Collection.
Doctorate in Jewish Religious Studies.
Offers courses in Jewish Studies
Provides supervision in Jewish studies for students working towards a research degree
BA Jewish Studies; BA Rabbinical and Cantor Training; BA Denominational community building; BA Denominational Social Work
MA Jewish Cultural History; MA Rabbinical and Cantor Training
PhD in Jewish Religious Studies.
Main research activities
Except for the rabbinical studies ALL programmes are open to the entire public, men, women, regardless of religious affiliation. There are many renowned professors at the university: philosophers, linguists, literary critics, historians, and art historians.