IDC - B.A. in Government

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Program Description

Want to study government in Israel with a curriculum in line with those of the world’s leading government programs? Featuring a first-class team of lecturers and a range of study tracks, the B.A. program in Government at IDC Herzliya is competitive with the schools of government at Harvard, Georgetown, Syracuse, and Princeton. It is comprised of a core curriculum during the first and second years of study, which serves as the basis for a specialist concentration in the third year of the program.
 
Third-year students choose from six areas of specialization including: diplomacy and strategy, government and politics, security and terrorism, the Middle East, and international conflict resolution.
 

*Please note that receiving a Masa scholarship does not imply automatic acceptance to IDC.  The IDC application is a separate process and acceptance is dependent on meeting academic criteria.  

 

For more information, contact:

North America
Lenore LaVine
Director of Recruitment & Marketing
(212) 213-5962
 
Israel & Abroad
Stephanie Miller
Admissions & Recruitment
+972 9 960 2841

 

 

Jinternship

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Program Description

jInternship connects Jewish college students, recent graduates and young professionals with internships hosted by top Israeli companies and Jewish learning programs. jInternship has partnerships with hundreds of companies in Israel, so you're sure to land an exciting international internship in your field. The program runs in cooperation with premier peer-based Jewish trips to Israel, meaning you'll have a blast while learning tons about Israel and Judaism.  
 
jInternship offers numerous sessions so you're sure to find one that fits your schedule. And the heavily subsidized prices and additional scholarships opportunities mean it will fit your budget.
 

For more information, contact:

Jeff Suowitz, USA Jitnernship Coordinator
(p) 248 914 1138
jeffsurowitz@jinternship.com

 

Young Judaea Israel Year Program

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Program Description

On Young Judaea Year Course, you get to choose what you want to do. Be a part of our specialty tracks in business, arts, medicine and more. Take your trip beyond Israel on Kuma, a journey to Poland; Olami, a discovery of the diverse Jewish communities in Italy, Greece, and Morocco; or Tikkun Olam – Rwanda: a volunteer experience in the Agahozo Shalom Youth Village.
 
Live with Israelis and the Israeli Scouts, grow with peers from FZY and places from around the world, and become a part of the country – all while having the best year of your life.
 
Immerse yourself in the community of Israel with Young Judaea Year Course. Spend nine months learning the land, the culture, and the history of the people – not just by studying it, but by living it. On Young Judaea Year Course you’ll connect with your roots and shape your future through hands-on experience: traveling and learning about Israel while also volunteering and becoming part of the communities. 
 
Find out more at yearcouse@youngjudaea.org!
 

Specialty Tracks and Additional Programs:

Business Track: Get involved with the burgeoning business community in Israel with the Year Course Business Track. You’ll meet with leading Hi-Tech industry professionals, visit Israel based global business like Google and Intel, participate in business workshops and learn the project management skills from the best in the world all while touring the country and learning about the startup nature for which Israel is renowned.
 
Sports Track: Geared toward high school athletes, the Year Course Sports Track offers an intensive educational and practical program designed to bring you to a higher level of physical fitness. You’ll get the chance to enhance your skills while participating in other sports like kite surfing, rock climbing, pole vaulting, basketball, tennis, and more. Meet leading athletes and sports business professionals from around the world and practice side by side with upcoming Israeli athletes, and make sure you stay on top of your game.
 
Law Track: During the program you will get the opportunity to meet with prominent lawyers and judges that will shed light on the skills needed to master a demanding but interesting and rewarding profession. Meet with Sassi Gez, one of Israel's most prominent lawyers, and hear from him about the unique characteristics of criminal defense attorneys. Take a tour of Israel’s Supreme Court and learn about the Israeli judicial system. Gain an understanding of the tensions emerging from the duality of Judaism and democracy, and start your professional growth early.
 
Media and Journalism Track: Get a taste of the exciting world of news making through visiting Israel's top news room editorials such as Ha'aretz, The Jerusalem post, Channel 2 news and more. Learn about how the media shapes the way we think about important topics and sets the public agenda. Take part in practical workshops and gain useful tools for being a news reporter on TV, radio, online or print. Gain an understanding of the tensions entailed in the practice of news reporting in an environment both profit- oriented and politically divided. You’ll have the opportunity to meet with Israel’s leading journalists and media experts and learn what it takes to be part of this challenging profession.
 
Arts Track: Israel is an excellent host for inspiration and expression, and home to several flourishing artist communities. The Art Track of Year Course is designed to expose participants to the vibrant visual and performing arts scene in Israel through an array of visits, tours and experiences within the community of Jewish and Israeli artists. You’ll have the opportunity to meet with some of Israel’s leading artists, as well as up and coming talents. 
 
Medical Track: The YC Medical Track offers an intensive educational program and hands-on experience on the ground and in top research facilities. Meet leading health professionals, work with Israeli paramedics, and find out what it take to become one of the special group who devote their lives to save others. Volunteer with MADA, associated with the Red Cross (the UN humanitarian organization), Israel’s national life saving organization specializing in emergency treatment. Learn about Jewish medical ethics and see its realizations in Hadassah hospital – one of Israel’s leading medical facilities.
 
 

For more information, contact:

Rebecca Haberman 

Highlights

While choosing your own track and international travel program, all Young Judaea Year Course participants take part in Year Course’s Special Interest Month. Whether you choose an interest for the whole month or you split them up by week, you’ll be able to pursue the special interest of your choice. Past participants have worked in the field on Kibbutz Ketura, backpacked Israel’s famous Sea-to-Sea hike, taken part on archeological digs, learned how to surf in Tel Aviv, taken arts workshops, and much more. 
Tiyulim: Take advantage of the opportunity to travel throughout the country and learn about he unique nature of Israel. Coinciding with the traditional Year Course program, the Tiyulim Track offers you additional hikes in all the different areas of Israel. Explore the Galille, Golan, Mishor Hachof, the Negev, the Dead Sea, Jerusalem area, and more! You’ll explore the unique characteristics and landscapes of the country and learn about the various types of plants, flowers, and animals unique to Israel.
 
 

Haifa University - MA in Holocaust Studies

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Program Description

The one-year International Master’s Program in Holocaust Studies at the University of Haifa is dedicated to creating and nurturing a new generation of Holocaust researchers, archivists, curators and educators. The program, taught in English, offers courses in social history; political history; psychological aspects of the Holocaust; anthropology of memory, trauma and commemoration; international law and genocide; representations of the Holocaust in the European novel and in European cinema; and more.
 
Merit-based scholarships will be available to students who have been accepted into the program.
 

Highlights

Internship Program
Students will be offered the possibility to take part in an internship program. The internships will provide students with hands-on experience in a variety of academic settings, including the Ghetto Fighters’ House Museum Archives, Yad Vashem Museum, Hagana Archives, and the Diaspora Museum.
 
Volunteer Program with Holocaust Survivors
Students receiving scholarships will be required to participate in the Holocaust Survivors Community Giving Project, in coordination with the International Hillel Foundation. Within this framework, students will be required to donate their time in a number of ways to support this project. Students may choose to spend time visiting Holocaust survivors, lead workshops, or organize holiday celebrations for the survivors. Students will be required to record their activities in a journal or blog.
 
Study Tours to Archives in Poland and Germany
One of the highlights of the course is the planned study tours to Berlin, Germany and Warsaw, Poland. The study tours are designed to provide students with the opportunity to visit important historical archives, meet local German and Polish students and researchers, and visit important locations in the study of the Holocaust.
 

For more information, please contact:

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

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