Welcome to the University of Haifa International School’s “Graduate Life in Haifa” blog!

Here in this blog, we collect stories from campus, straight from our departments or students, in order to give you a closer look at this dynamic learning environment. We also feature stories from the campus newsletter as well as highlight major achievements from the various departments, in order to keep you updated on the latest happenings here at the university. Whether you are a prospective student, current student, alumni, educational professional, or simply a person curious about the International School’s graduate programs at the University of Haifa, we hope you enjoy reading our posts.

The University of Haifa offers a number of English-language graduate programs that are designed to provide students with practical experience to succeed in a highly competitive global market. Participants in the programs will have the opportunity to study with students from around the world, as well as Israeli students. The programs are taught over one to two years.

  • We offer the following full-degree graduate programs:
    • Art Therapy, Child Development, Diplomacy Studies, Global Green MBA, Holocaust Studies, Israel Studies, Jewish Studies, Marine Geosciences, Maritime Civilizations, National Security Studies, Global Health Leadership and Administration, Peace and Conflict Management, Prehistoric Archaeology, International MBA, German and European Studies, and Dual Degree in International Relations with Warsaw University.
  • Students who have completed their undergraduate degree but would like to further their studies are welcome to enroll in a short-term program for a semester or year in the International School.

Visit the International School website for more information on all academic programs, or please feel free to reach out to us at infograd@univ.haifa.ac.il.

Happy reading!

The International School at The University of Haifa


*Dislaimer: The views expressed in this blog are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the University of Haifa.


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