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Tel Aviv University - MA Program in Political Science & Political Communication

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Program Description

The International MA in Political Science and Political Communication program provides students with advanced knowledge, understanding and tools of analysis in a world characterized by growing fusion between politics and communication. The program is tailored for students interested in advancing their knowledge and understanding of the practical dimensions of politics, especially the challenges that arise from the interconnectedness between politics and communications.
 
The topics addressed in the program include: Theories of democratic leadership; elections, electoral behavior and electoral systems in contemporary democracies; political campaigns and elections in the internet age; characteristics of political communication in the 21st century; the impact of the television age and the internet on political leadership and the rise of new supportive professions, such as media and image advisers; public diplomacy and propaganda; the personalization of politics and the decline of political parties; leadership in civil society and leadership in war and crisis situations; and others.
 

For more information, contact:

Meytal Ganigar

(p): 972 3-6405876

(f): 972 3-6409515

 

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Tel Aviv University - BA in Liberal Arts

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Program Description

As Israel’s only English-language B.A. program in the Humanities, we build on Tel Aviv University’s long tradition of academic excellence, creating an intimate community of learners who benefit from all that the university has to offer.  
 
Our three-year degree encourages students to explore a wide variety of fields in the Humanities; at the same time, it ensures focus by allowing concentrated study in Psychology and Psychoanalysis, Middle Eastern Studies, Israel and Jewish Studies, Digital Culture and Communication, Philosophy, and Literature.
 

For more information, contact:

Anat Lotan
(t): 972 3-640-5046
(f): 972 3-640-5046

 

 

Aardvark International

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Program Description

Aardvark International is part of the Aardvark Israel Gap Year program, but combines travel to EIGHT different countries throughout nine months allowing students to further cultivate their knowledge of the Jewish Nation’s history in Diaspora, experience different cultures, and meet the local Jewish community.
 
In addition to living in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, volunteering/interning, and taking academic courses, they will travel once a month to eight different countries (Norway, Ireland, Spain, Germany, Czech Republic, Italy, and Holland), experience their cultures, and meet the Jews who live there. This program is for students who love to travel, want to expand their knowledge and have a unique adventure with lasting memories.
 
 

Aardvark Israel - Selah

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Program Description

SELAH – the Aardvark Israel Jewish Enrichment track is based on the biblical word Selah, meaning "stop and listen" or "pause and think about that,” which is the theme of our unique and intensive Jewish educational track.
 
The Selah track is a nine month long, non-coercive, co-ed program aimed for people who want to explore their Jewish identity in an open and inspiring environment.  This is an opportunity, as young adults living away from home, to take a moment and think about what it means for you to be Jewish.
 
Living in two of the most exciting cities in the world, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, participants in the Selah track will have a variety of opportunities to build a strong connection with Israel and further develop their understanding of Judaism.  The Selah staff consists of highly gifted rabbis and educators, and the curriculum includes diving for Techelet, making shofarot, doing Kaparot with live chickens, visiting a mikvah, and a myriad of other unique experiences. Through studies, Shabbatonim, special volunteering projects, and interactions with Israelis, students will continue to be inspired throughout the year.
 
The Selah program mission is to develop a cadre of creative, young Jewish leaders inspired by Torah Lishmah, motivated by a love of the Jewish People, and enthused by the rebirth of Medinat YisraelThe Selah track supplements the exciting and popular Aardvark Israel Gap Year program with a rich educational Jewish enrichment program.
 
Please refer to the Aardvark Israel website for complete list of prices.

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