The program allows students to explore the fields of conflict transformation, resolution, problem-solving and negotiations. Students are exposed to theories and practices of managing and resolving domestic and external conflicts in general, and in Israel in particular. The methods, techniques and strategies that can help manage and resolve conflicts are studied from different disciplinary points of view, including political science, international relations, social psychology, international law, communication, digital media, sociology and Israel studies. The program includes theoretical and methodological courses and seminars, as well as workshops through which students acquire skills for conflict management and resolution, and lectures of leading academics and professionals in the field. Through its unique setting and location, the program also offers ‘hands on’ experiential learning - encountering and following the tracks of conflict and diversity, through study tours, practical ‘on site’ training, and meetings with key people, including policy makers, political leaders, activists and more.
About the Program:
- Language Test: TOEFL 89 (minimum), IELTS 7 (minimum)