Tel Aviv University, Johns Hopkins, to launch joint dual degree program

Tel Aviv University (TAU) and Johns Hopkins University are launching a cooperative degree program for students pursuing a Master’s in International Affairs, Conflict Resolution and Mediation, Cyber ​​Politics and Government, Developing Countries or Security and Diplomacy.

Students who choose to participate in the program will spend one year at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Bologna, Italy, and one year at the Gershon H. Gordon Faculty of Social Sciences at Tel Aviv University and may start the course. on any of the campuses. Graduates will receive two master’s degrees, one from each university.

“Our agenda is to train and equip students with knowledge and experience so that they can improve our society and help create a better world,” said the Dean of TAU’s Faculty of Social Sciences, Prof. Itai Sened. “We are proud and excited to launch a collaboration with the Bologna branch of Johns Hopkins University.”

Johns Hopkins University. (credit: Wikimedia Commons)

Some other institutions involved in the program include McGill University, Sciences Po Lille, SOAS London, the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna, the University of Leiden, the University of Bologna, and the Hopkins-Nanjing Center.

“The new cooperative degree with Tel-Aviv University provides students the opportunity to experience two distinct academic, social and cultural environments, to develop a global perspective and to better understand the challenges facing Europe and the Middle East,” he said. the Director of SAIS Europe, Michael Plummer. “It is an excellent opportunity for students interested in a multidisciplinary postgraduate education based on international tools in international affairs.”

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