This Master of Arts in Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies at University of Haifa is a unique program with a mixed curriculum of academic instruction and hands-on experience in matters pertaining to the cultural, religious, and political aspects of the past and the contemporary issues affecting the region.
The staff of the program is composed of Israeli experts on the Middle East, and involves academic field trips throughout the program.At each site, students will receive a guided tour, a lecture from the local leadership, and conduct discussions with local community members. Through these encounters, students will learn about the history, present concerns, and visions of local communities. The program provides hands-on access to what it means to be living in the Middle East.
Courses bring insights into a range of fields and disciplines, such as sociology, economics, culture, religion and history, as well as politics equip students and future Middle East scholars with the tools necessary to better analyze and understand events in the modern Middle East.
Upon completion of the program, graduates will be awarded an MA in Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies.
You only need to take one of these language tests:
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The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
Some of the MA programs have a limited number of scholarships available for students based on financial need. Students who are in financial need are encouraged to submit an application.
In addition to the University of Haifa need-based scholarship you can also submit applications to all other scholarship opportunities for which you are eligible (MASA, local Jewish Federation, etc.).
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