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Graduation Ceremony of the Feinberg Graduate School
The Feinberg Graduate School, the higher-education arm of the Weizmann Institute, accepts only graduate students to its programs. As opposed to most universities, it has a sort of inverted pyramid, with more PhD students than MSc students. The students attend on scholarships that enable them to give their full attention to their studies, and they are full partners in scientific research at the Institute.
for the year 2014-2015
289 MSc students:
168 male, 121 female, 7 of them non-Israeli

734 PhD students:
372 male, 362 female, 56 of them non-Israeli

381 postdoctoral fellows:
224 male, 157 female, 224 of them non-Israeli

3,757 total MSc degrees conferred (1964-2014)

3,927 total PhD degrees conferred (1964-2014)

42 foreign countries represented in the Graduate School: Argentina, Armenia, Belgium,
Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ethiopia, France,
Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Lithuania, Mexico,
Montenegro, the Netherlands, Palestinian Authority, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia,
Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, Ukraine, Taiwan, United Kingdom,
United States, Zimbabwe

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