Hydrology deals with questions concerning the most basic resource on the planet - water. Given the growing world-wide challenges associated with both the quantity and quality of water resources, the aim of the Hydrology and Water Resources program is to provide students with a broad skill set that will enable them to deal with both theoretical and practical scientific problems.
Students take part in projects at the forefront of hydrological research, often combining different techniques such as field work, state-of-the-art laboratory experiments, and cutting edge computer models.
A range of employment opportunities exist for graduates of the program. Our graduates gain positions, both in Israel and abroad, in water technology companies, environmental consulting firms, academia, and local and central government.
More information is available at the Hebrew University website.