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Hear participants talk about their daily life, take a virtual tour of your favorite program, and watch your semester of year in Israel unfold in front of you

Arava Institute for Environmental Studies

 

Bar Ilan University International MBA

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Program Description

The International M.B.A. program at Bar Ilan University’s Center of Economics and Business is a challenging program that is international in scope, intimate in scale and designed for success in the new millennium.
 
You will be exposed to global perspectives and real-world applications that allow you to master the complexities of today’s demanding and evolving world of business. You will also learn the essence of entrepreneurship and how determination combined with a solid academic foundation can turns ideas into new business realities. The International M.B.A./Kollel allows students to combine M.B.A. studies in English with Torah studies at the Institute for Advanced Torah Studies on campus.
 

Israel Pathways - Israel Corps

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Program Description

Volunteer alongside Israeli peers and make an impact in a community in Israel’s Galilee region. Choose between the Social Entrepreneurship Track in Kiryat Shmona or the Coexistence and Ecology Track on Kibbutz Harduf for Israel’s version of the Peace Corps! Live in the same town that you serve, gaining a real world connection to Israeli society and its people. Throughout the program, you will participate in entrepreneurship and coexistence training, professional-development workshops, Jewish service-learning courses, project mentorship, and volunteer placements. Along the way, participants will crisscross the country on a series of travel experiences that take you beyond the typical tour.
 
Israel Corps is specially subsidized in partnership with the Jewish Agency’s “Project TEN: Global Tikkun Olam” initiative, a service learning initiative supporting communities throughout the world and in Israel. As a part of Project TEN, eligible Israel Corps participants only pay $1,100, and the program covers meals, accommodations, activities, travel seminars and more.
 
 

For more information, contact:

Yael Silverman 
(p):013 219 7850

 

 

TCB - Doctors

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Program Description

Based at one of the leading medical centers in Israel, this program is geared toward young adults from Eastern Europe and Russia who are looking to develop a medical career.
 
Participants work in the Soroka Medical Center, and prepare to take Israel's medical licensing exam with the support of the medical department of Ben Gurion University in Beersheva.
 
The program includes 500 hours of instruction in courses including Endocrinology, Cardiology, Surgery, Pediatrics, Gastroenterology, Psychiatry, Gynecology, Neurology, Hematology, Oncology, Pulmanology and more, as well as instruction in Hebrew and Jewish history and heritage.
 

Tel Aviv University - MA in Social Work Specializing in Crisis & Trauma Studies

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Program Description

Want to study coping with stress, crisis and trauma in a living laboratory for research and practice? Over the years, Israeli scholars and practitioners have developed considerable knowledge and models of intervention in these areas, and Tel Aviv University’s academic staff has been at the forefront of these developments.
 
The Bob Shapell School of Social Work’s new M.A. program in Coping with Stress, Crisis and Trauma encompasses both public disasters and personal life crises: terror, war, and natural disasters in the public realm, along with such stressors as immigration, domestic violence, divorce, illness and bereavement in the personal realm.
 

For more information, contact:

 

Tel Aviv University - MA in Conflict Resolution & Mediation

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Program Description

Taught in English, the International Program in Conflict Resolution and Mediation is a full-time program open to Israeli and international students interested in developing their knowledge and skills in the field of dispute resolution.
 
Designed for passionate students with strong educational backgrounds, significant professional drive, and (preferably) considerable professional experience, the program will provide you with the opportunity to engage critically with international relations issues and social and political thought concerned with the study of conflict and peace and their applications in empirical case-study material.
 

For more information, contact:

(p): +972-3-640-6640
(f): +972-3-640-7426
 

Haifa University - MA in Peace & Conflict Management Studies

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Program Description

The MA in Peace and Conflict Management Studies at the University of Haifa combines an in-depth understanding of theory with applications from a regional and international perspective. Students will investigate ethno-national, cultural and religious conflicts in deeply divided societies. They will study and evaluate different approaches to conflict management and peacemaking, while immersing themselves in a region that offers a great deal of relevant real-life case studies.
 
The interdisciplinary program was created to give students a solid background of theoretical knowledge as well as hands-on field experience. The program focuses on the nature of conflicts and how they develop, peace processes and the ways to foster them, research methodology and field practicum. In addition to the practicum, students will gain exposure to NGOs for Arab-Jewish and Israeli-Palestinian coexistence and Middle East peace processes. The curriculum includes both thesis and non-thesis tracks, and takes place over the course of three semesters.
 
Graduates with a degree in peace and conflict management studies may become researchers, educators, mediators, negotiators, government officials, activists, professionals in organizations focused on human rights, dispute resolution, environmental protection, international law and human and economic development.
 
Open to college graduates with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
 

For more information, contact:

Admissions Office
(p) 972-4-824-0766
(f) 972-4-824-0391
 

Tlalim - Zoom Israel

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Program Description

Spend five months in Tel Aviv gaining media/technology skills and experiencing life in the capital of Israeli cool. Return home with a marketable background in photography, film, and graphic design. Whether you want to explore a new career path or learn for fun, Zoom Israel is about enriching yourself and finding inspiration in the Land of Milk and Honey.
 
You will have the opportunity to take courses in photography, film, and graphic design. Each skills course is taught by local professionals in training centers that service Israeli students as well. In addition to learning cutting edge media/technology, the Zoom Israel program includes a series of educational programs and tours in the Tel Aviv area and beyond. These enrichment experiences are scheduled throughout the program and are designed to expose you to contemporary Israeli society, the intricacies of Jewish history, and the stunning beauty of Israel's ecology on a deeper level than a typical tour.
 

For more information, please contact:

Yael Miriam
(p): 013 219 7850
yael@israelpathways.com
 

Midreshet Lindenbaum Darkaynu

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Program Description

Midreshet Lindenbaum offers a combination of a rigorous, challenging learning program and a supportive religious environment that encourages students to develop and to delve, to discuss and to debate, and ultimately to decide on a more mature and profound commitment to Torah and Mitzvot. Yeshivat Darkaynu is a new and innovative program developed for religious young men with special needs who are looking for the perfect way to spend a year in Israel.
 
The program is designed for students who want to continue their learning, develop vocational skills, build independence, improve self-esteem and expand their love of Israel and the Jewish people. Yeshivat Darkaynu is an intimate, "sidestreaming" program that is professionally staffed, highly structured and aims to meet the individual, special needs of its students.
 

Tel Aviv University - MA in Middle Eastern Studies

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Program Description

Over the duration of three back-to-back semesters, students who participate in the Master of Arts in Middle Eastern Studies (MAMES) program become immersed in the history and current affairs of the modern Middle East. Those who are interested in pursuing careers pertaining to the Middle East in the fields of journalism, diplomacy, government, think tank research, advocacy/activism, and academia will find an unparalleled opportunity to acquire an in-depth understanding of the political, social and economic dimensions of the region from within. This program will equip its graduates with the analytical tools and knowledge base to eventually become experts on a region whose geo-political developments regularly affect the state of global affairs. Students who complete the program are awarded an M.A. degree in Middle Eastern History from Tel Aviv University's prestigious department of Middle Eastern and African History. 
 
Graduate seminars in the MAMES program are taught by the TAU Department of Middle Eastern and African History's senior faculty and Ph.D. candidates - world-class experts and upcoming authorities in their fields. The MAMES program offers a well-rounded and thorough curriculum, including seminars and intensive language studies. Students are required to complete three core seminars and six elective seminars over the duration of three semesters. Prior to the first semester, students learn Hebrew in an intensive seven-week course, with the option to continue in the fall and spring semesters; a combination of spoken and classical Arabic language courses are mandatory for all three semesters of the program. There is no thesis-requirement for the MAMES program, however, students who would like to continue onto a Ph.D. program are able to complete a thesis project under the supervision of a member of the faculty. 
 
The program also includes a strong extracurricular component. Film and lecture series; field trips to the Arab-Israeli city of Umm al-Fahem and Petra, Jordan; and a study tour to a neighboring country (such as Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, or Turkey), accompanied by expert researchers, will enhance the students' knowledge and ability to understand and analyze the complexities of a region transitioning through a period of profound change. 
 

For more information, contact:

Chaya Ben Shimon
(p):972 3 -640 6504 
mames@post.tau.ac.il 
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