International Master’s Program in Holocaust Studies at University of Haifa
Running for a course of one year, University of Haifa’s International Master’s Program in Holocaust Studies is primarily dedicated to the creation and nurturing of a brand new generation of Holocaust educators and researchers. The main aim of the program is to provide its students with not only an academic curriculum but more importantly, this has been created and designed to incorporate challenging and exciting activities that will spark the students’ interest while simultaneously encouraging personal development as well as a genuine dedication to Holocaust research field.
International Master’s Program in Holocaust is composed of two study tracks, namely Track A and Track B. For Track A, this will include writing an M. A. thesis that has a total of 32 hours per week within one year. As for Track B, this is where the students will need to take their final exam. This track has a total of 38 hours every week within a year. There are also mandatory and elective courses that are part of the program.
The application and the registration in the program are done based on the regulations of the University. For Israeli students, aside from the submission of an online application, they will also need to seed a CV, 2 recommendation letters and personal statement to email@example.com.
For the international students, they will need to complete the application form found on the online application system of the program. A paper application is also downloadable and this can be mailed to the Admissions Office of the University.
To be admitted to the program, applicants need to have an undergraduate degree in social sciences or humanities from a recognized university either in Israel or abroad. They also need to have a final grade of 80 or above in the Israeli system, corresponding to a GPA of 3.0. For those who did not study in higher education institutions where English is the instructional language, they are required to submit their official scores in TOEFL or something equivalent. Students that lack background in the study of the Holocaust or History of WWII need to complete an introduction course online.
International students are required to pay a tuition fee of $9,500, with additional fees of $830 for library services, security and insurance. For Israeli students, a tuition fee of 27,562 NIS is required and they will also be charged with a security fee of 449 NIS and service fees all-inclusive of 396 NIS.
For those who are interested to become a part of the International Master’s Program in Holocaust Studies, you can personally visit the University located at 1 Abba Hushi Blvd., Mount Carmel, Haifa, Israel. You can also call them at +972+48240613 or write to Ilana Eshchar and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.