Video | Meet our student from Global Green MBA – Li Wei

Sustainable business management is at the forefront of our one-year Global Green MBA program. Israel is both a leader in water and renewable energy management and a leader in developing innovative and sustainable technologies, making the University of Haifa an ideal place to experience and tap into the dynamic combination of environmentally-focused, successful business culture. The program excels … More Video | Meet our student from Global Green MBA – Li Wei

A Look at Jewish Life in Shanghai through Chinese Eyes

As a follow up to this post, published on Holocaust Studies in Haifa the blog of the International MA in Holocaust Studies, Wei Zhang 2015-2016 Cohort published an article on BLOGERIM – From the corridors of the Jewish Museum Berlin. As a student studying the Holocaust at the University of Haifa, I was honored to do a … More A Look at Jewish Life in Shanghai through Chinese Eyes

It’s Not Too Late to Apply for the 2017-2018 Academic Year – Tips from Admissions

As our admissions season winds down, we wanted to share with you some pointers to help with your application process.   So, here you go: 1) Take the virtual tour of campus. 2) Ask us to connect you with a current student at a program of your choice, just email us your request at infograd@univ.haifa.ac.il. 3) Connect with … More It’s Not Too Late to Apply for the 2017-2018 Academic Year – Tips from Admissions

Reflections on My Second Semester at the University of Haifa

By Alexandru Ilie, a student of MA program in Diplomacy Studies, 2016-2017 Cohort. The second semester just ended and my master’s program is slowly coming to an end. It seems like just yesterday I was arriving at the University of Haifa worried that I missed the orientation session and didn’t have the chance to meet everyone. … More Reflections on My Second Semester at the University of Haifa

A Beginner’s Guide to Hebrew Slang

By Davy Ran, a student of MPH in Global Health Leadership & Administration, 2016-2017 Cohort. A STARTING GUIDE TO HEBREW SLANG, AKA: MY FAVORITES I’ve learned Hebrew in school for many years, which I thought meant I was ready to move to a Hebrew-speaking country and make exclusively Hebrew-speaking friends. It was definitely a good start, but … More A Beginner’s Guide to Hebrew Slang