Master of Arts in History in Israel

Compare MA Degrees in History in Israel 2019


History can involve studying one people, culture, or country in particular, but it also often involves general overviews of broad trends. Students of history may be required to conduct research in a specific topic.

Israel has 8 universities and is academically supervised by the Council for Higher Education in Israel. The country is among the countries, which have the high rate of university enrollment in the world. They have a friendly student’s relationship not only to the local students but also to international students.

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MA Program in Holocaust Studies

University of Haifa, International School
Campus Full time 1 year October 2019 Israel Haifa

The Multidisciplinary MA Program in Holocaust Studies at the University of Haifa is dedicated to the creation and nurturing of a new generation of Holocaust researchers. Its aim is to provide a well-rounded curriculum from a wide variety of disciplines and subjects, diverse methodologies and essential languages. [+]

The Weiss-Livnat International MA Program in Holocaust Studies at the University of Haifa offers an academic program unlike any other in the world.It provides students with more than just an academic program; it has been designed with the addition of exciting and challenging activities to spark the interest of the student and encourage personal development and dedication to the field of Holocaust research.

Taught in English over three semesters, the one-year master's degree program in Holocaust Studies is dedicated to creating and nurturing the next generation of Holocaust researchers, archivists, curators and educators.

InternshipsAn internship program is offered to enrich the curriculum and prepare students for actual employment upon graduation. Available internships include: Ghetto Fighters’ House Museum Archives, Yad Vashem Museum, Hagana Archives and the Diaspora Museum. Volunteer Program with Holocaust SurvivorsStudents receiving scholarships are required to participate in the Holocaust Survivors Community Giving Project, in coordination with Hillel Haifa. Within this framework, students volunteer their time in a number of ways, including visiting Holocaust survivors, leading workshops, or organizing holiday celebrations for the survivors. Students are required to record their activities in a journal or blog.Study Tours to Archives in Israel and EuropeAs part of the experiential learning component, students participate in study tours throughout the year to relevant museums and sites throughout Israel. Visits to sites such as Yad Vashem, Ghetto Fighters’ House Museum and the Atlit detainee camp provides students with the opportunity to implement their academic knowledge into real life, by seeing actual archives, historical records... [-]