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University of Haifa’s School of Political Sciences, in collaboration with the Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw, is offering a double degree in International Relations M.A. where students will be able to make use of the resources, expertise and comprehensive curriculums of both universities, and receive accreditation from both at the completion of the course of study.

The program is a unique endeavour designed to provide students with new insights, concepts and analytical tools to better understand the art of diplomacy in a global setting.

Program delivery:

The two-year program is taught in English. The first year in Haifa and the second year is in Warsaw. Upon completion of the program, students will be awarded a Master of Arts in International Relations from the University of Haifa and from the University of Warsaw. Students will spend two semesters of study at each institution and will include a written thesis.

The program is structured to impart new approaches and perspectives for coping with the global and regional environments through simulated analysis of concrete diplomacy-oriented decision-games and action-games and other forms of interactive classes. During these simulations, the students will experiment with a wide range of diplomatic and strategic concepts, techniques and scenarios in a controlled and structured effort to emulate real-time crisis situations, with emphasis on the mechanisms and tools for mitigating and defusing them.



Admission Cycle:

Representatives at the university are available for any questions and guide the candidates throughout the registration process. Candidates are required to submit their application form via the university’s online application system. The application will be then reviewed by the admissions committee.

Early registration date: December 30th, 2021.

Second Deadline: March 15th, 2022.

Final Deadline: May 31st, 2022.

After May 31st, 2022, applications will be reviewed on a rolling admissions basis.

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