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The Politics of Planning in Multicultural Cities: The Case of Jerusalem

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The Politics of Planning in Multicultural Cities (SPGE201/48882)

Teaching Faculty:

Prof. Moshe Amirav

Language of Instruction:



Academic hours: 45
Credits: 3

Course Dates:

June 29 – July 23, 2020


Undergraduate and graduate students; mature learners with an academic background

Application Deadline:

May 1, 2020


Application fee: US$ 80
Tuition: US$ 1,730 (includes health insurance)
Housing: US$ 850

Relevant Academic Fields:

Politics, history, conflict resolution, urban planning


  • Gain insight from practitioners in the field of city planning.
  • Understand the competing political, ethnic, and religious outlooks that complicate municipal management in Jerusalem.
  • Deepen your understanding of city planning and urban design in multicultural cities.
  • Broaden your perspectives on conflict resolution, political science, public administration, planning, and architecture.


Please note:

  • Please note that you may switch between summer courses up until five days before the summer session begins.
  • Students who complete their application by February 15, 2020, and who complete payment by March 15, 2020, are eligible for a 10% discount on the course tuition.  Students who apply for more than one summer course will receive the 10% discount on one of the summer courses only.
  • See here for more information about visas.


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