Language of Instruction:
Master of Arts
One year (two consecutive semesters)
August (Summer Ulpan, optional) or October (M.A. program); check the academic calendar
Bachelor’s degree in political science, international relations, or related
May 15; late applications reviewed on a case-by-case basis
For financial information, see Tuition & Fees for Graduate students
Why M.A. in Human Rights & Transitional Justice?
- Study with the top legal minds in the fields of human rights and transitional justice.
- Position yourself for a career in government or international relations.
- Study the Israeli-Arab conflict and its resolution while residing in the heart of Jerusalem.
- Gain theoretical knowledge and apply it to case studies.
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We’re happy you’ve chosen to apply to Hebrew University’s Rothberg International School. See our application guidelines or apply online now.
Questions about the Curriculum & Scholarships
Email Ms. Shanie Rabinowitz
International Programs Coordinator, Faculty of Law
Questions about Admission, Housing, and Other Practical Matters
Email the Division of Graduate Studies
Call us: +972 2 588 3184