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Emergency & Disaster Management MPH

Countries
Israel
Sources
Tel Aviv Univ.
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Registration deadline

Program Length: 3 semesters (10 months)

Language of Instruction: English

Admission Requirements:
Completed Bachelor's Degree with a final grade equivalent to 75 on a scale of 100. Priority will be given to candidates who hold positions in field related to Emergency Management and National Security

About: The program, which spans over one academic year, covers both theoretical and practical aspects of emergency and disaster management. It creates and encourages unique collaboration between academic experts and field professionals, and aims to provide a broad and comprehensive vision and understanding of disaster management. To this end, the program adopts an interdisciplinary approach regarding the training, provision of knowledge and topic presentation and discussion throughout the courses.

The curriculum combines a strong academic orientation that provides both the relevant knowledge and research skills, in conjunction with the practical and operative experience of the faculty, and the students themselves.

Our alumni hold positions in Israel and around the globe in national and international security organizations, emergency management departments, NGOs, the UN and more.

For more information about the curriculum and courses details, please refer to our website.

Fee information

Application Fee: US$100 Tuition for academic year is $17,500 (3 semesters) - cover course registration, course materials and examination (Does not include accommodation, living expenses and transportation costs in Israel) Information about scholarships can be found: https://international.tau.ac.il/scholarship_programs

How to Register

The first application deadline is May 31st 2019, but applications will be accepted on a rolling basis after this date as well.

Create a profile on the Tel Aviv University International Registration Portal.