The Graduate School of Jewish Studies offers Jewish history and education programs in NYC and Berlin.

Across the centuries and around the globe 

The Graduate School of Jewish Studies has programs in New York City - Manhattan and Queens - and a campus in Berlin, Germany. The rich history of the Jewish community in these cities infuses our learning experiences. Come visit and see for yourself.

Manhattan Campus

Our Manhattan Campus is located in the heart of the city at 3 Times Square. Our Jewish history programs are offered on this campus.

Queens Campus

The Queens Campus is housed at Lander College for Men, 75-31 150th Street, in Kew Gardens Hills and offers our master’s degree program in Jewish education. This program is geared towards students pursuing their semicha, as well as individuals with advanced yeshiva training and recognized baccalaureate degrees from other institutions.

Berlin Campus

Our Berlin, Germany location, which opened in 2003, is home to our unique Master of Arts in Jewish Studies with a concentration in History of the Holocaust.  It provides an opportunity to visit relevant sites and memorials, and delve into related archives.

The main campus in Berlin’s Westend borough is located in the beautiful Lake District at Am Rupenhorn 5, and is housed in a Bauhaus villa overlooking the Havel River, a 20-minute train ride from the city center. The campus in the borough of Mitte is located centrally in Berlin at Oranienburger Strasse 28, just a few minutes away from the S + U Oranienburger Strasse train station.