The International Program in Conflict Resolution and Mediation

The International Program in Conflict Resolution and Mediation

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Registration is open for:

Program Length:

10 months

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Admission Requirements:

Bachelor's degree (or MA) with a GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, or 80 on a 100-point scale

Application Deadline:

July 31, 2020

In case of restrictions connected to the COVID-19 situation, please note that program has put in place an alternative of long distance learning. If physical presence is not possible, you will be able to participate in your courses remotely and once permitted, resume them in person without this affecting your ability to complete the program.


The International Program in Conflict Resolution and Mediation is a yearlong interdisciplinary master’s program taught in English with an optional thesis component. Students graduate from this program having acquired the tools for effective analysis, mediation and negotiation strategies, and conflict resolution frameworks in the international arena. Students also earn a certificate of completion issued by Tel Aviv University for the program’s workshop in International Mediation.

Learn more about this innovative master’s degree on the program’s website. Please contact the program staff directly with any questions.


Career Success

Owing to the interdisciplinary nature of conflict resolution students' backgrounds and interests, alumni have established careers at organizations and businesses in a variety of sectors. Some alumni have also pursued additional advanced degrees. Our emphasis on accepting applicants with employment history has a direct effect on a student's ability to find a relevant internship placement and work after the studies.


Students have gone on to work in the following sectors:

  • Intergovernment Organizations (e.g. UN, Red Cross)
  • Think-tanks and policy centers (e.g. INSS, Washington Center)
  • NGOs (e.g. FHI360, aid organizations in Iraq and Syria)
  • Human Rights (e.g. Amnesty International, Human Rights Campaign)
  • International Relations (e.g. Elnet, Leadel)
  • Politics (e.g. AIPAC, EU Parliament)
  • Government (e.g. Denmark Ministry of Defense, Switzerland Foreign Ministry)
  • For-Profit (e.g. law offices, consulting firms, media)


For further information, visit the International Conflict Resolution and Mediation Program’s website at

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