By Clemens Lambermont, a student of MA program in Peace and Conflict Management, 2016-2017 Cohort. When you tell people you’re going to study Peace and Conflict Management you probably get a frown and a follow up question of sincere interest. This quickly changes when you tell them that you are going to do that in Israel. … More Studying Peace and Conflict Management in Haifa
Blog post written by Jennifer Bachman, graduate student in the international Peace and Conflict master’s program, class of 2015-2016. Model UN is by far my favorite class at the University of Haifa. It is also the one that I feel is offering me the steepest learning curve of any course I have ever taken. I’m not a … More Why Join MUN? Plenty of Reasons..
On Sunday Janurary 10, The University of Haifa hosted the National Model United Nations Conference for its fifth year in Haifa. About 200 students from across the country and from a variety of higher education institutes were in attendance. During the conference, the students discussed a range of international issues, such as refugees, preservation of … More On a Hai-MUN High
Blog post written by Lauren from Canada, master’s student in the Peace and Conflict Management program, class of 2015-2016. This post details the recent program field trip to Jerusalem. I’d like to preface my overview of the field trip in Jerusalem by stating, it is adventures such as these that have shaped my graduate program … More On Unity and Division in Jerusalem
The Faculty of Political Science has organized a visiting professor seminar series on campus, with many of the lectures being given in English. The lectures are open to both political science students and international students, however space is limited so it is important that you reach out to Asya at email@example.com ahead of time if you would like to attend. … More The Faculty of Political Science Hosts Professors in Lecture Series