Welcome to the Australian Friends of the Hebrew University’s Alumni Association
The Hebrew University’s Australian Alumni Association, in conjunction with the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and various Friends offices around the world, aims to provide opportunities for learning, networking and socialising for hundreds of Australian students after their return from Jerusalem.
We are working on strengthening ties with current students, and of course reconnecting alumni with friends, colleagues and teachers from years past. We plan to offer an array of events and activities in the near future.
It doesn’t matter if you completed a program two weeks long or two years long. We want to hear from you today! To hear from others about their experiences at the school, click here.
So if you would like to get involved or would like more info please contact The Australian Friends of the Hebrew University on 02 9389 2825 or email us at email@example.com
We are also trying to gather current details of all our alumni. Update your details now online!
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