About the
Feinberg Graduate School (FGS)

Educating toward international leadership in scientific research and discovery

The Feinberg Graduate School (FGS) encapsulates the spirit of inquiry and discovery. Since its establishment in 1958 as the academic arm of the Weizmann Institute of Science responsible for all student and postdoctoral affairs, the Feinberg Graduate School has established its reputation as a multidisciplinary center where students strive to reach the highest levels of knowledge and understanding, under the guidance of creative and original researchers in the natural sciences and mathematics.

At the Feinberg Graduate School, you can become a part of the prestigious history of achievement at the Weizmann Institute, which boasts association with Nobel laureates and Turing Award laureates.  As a student of the Feinberg Graduate School, you will be involved in the scientific research conducted at the Institute and devote your time to both research and study, using cutting-edge, state-of-the-art tools and equipment and working directly with research groups at the forefront of their fields internationally. The Feinberg Graduate School provides fellowships for all students and charges no tuition fees, so that you can afford to be fully immersed in your studies. All classes at the Feinberg Graduate School are conducted in English.