Israel. I didn’t plan to, but I left a piece of my heart there.

By Václav Misík,  alum of MA program in National Security Studies, 2017-2018 Cohort. Israel. It’s been more than a month since I came back home [to the Czek Republic]. I didn’t want to write anything until I was done with all my papers but I handed in my last one a week ago so I’m at liberty…

Reflections of an Alumna – Shanghai Study Trip

By Veronika Loiferman, Alumna of the International MBA, Lily Class (2016-2017) The Shanghai Study Trip is undoubtedly the highlight of the International MBA Program. Eleven of us spent 8 exhilarating days in Shanghai and Suzhou. We were welcomed in 8 Chinese companies, from a huge State-Owned Enterprise (SOE) that builds infrastructure projects all over the…

Reflections of an Alum, International MA in Statistics

By Nisim Mery, alum of MA program in Statistics   Being a statistician at the Israel Center of Disease Control, I’ve learned that you need to be sort of a wizard. One aspect of your work is “proper” statistics: managing of databases – whether it means organizing and transforming them as needed – checking for trends or…

Alumni Spotlight: Uta Freyer

By Uta Freyer, an alumna of MA program in Peace and Conflict Management, 2013-2014 Cohort. Originally From: Germany Age: 34 years old Currently Living: Berlin, Germany Previous Education: BA Educational Sciences in Germany Current Occupation: 
I work as an Educational counselor for Refugees in Berlin How did you find the program at the University of Haifa? I cannot answer this…

Alumni Spotlight: Tadek Markiewicz

By Tadek Markiewicz, an alum of MA program in Peace and Conflict Management, 2014-2015 Cohort. Originally From: Warsaw, Poland Age:  29 years old Currently Living:  In “Garden of England” Canterbury in the United Kingdom. It is a beautiful university town world-known for its Canterbury Cathedral. Previous Education: BA in Political Science & MA in American Studies from University of…