Israel's National Security Challenges in the Changing Middle East

Israel's National Security Challenges in the Changing Middle East

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Overview
Registration is close for:
Summer 2018
 
Dates of the program: 29.7-17.8.18
Language of Instruction: English
Application Fee: $60 - non refundable
Program Fee: Each course is $1,200
Application Deadline: April 9, 2018
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From July 16-August 03, 2017,  The Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) will be hosting an exciting three week study abroad program for graduate students on the challenges facing the Middle East.
With a designed curriculum and faculty, classes are relevant to the current topics facing the Middle East.
Courses are geared to be a hands on experience by providing the ability to learn intensively about the region that no textbook can through translating information taught in the classroom to relevant simulations and field trips.
 
The program is an academic program approved by the Tel Aviv University with professors and experts in the field from TAU and INSS alike.
students will have the opportunity to hear guest lectures from high ranking officials (both current/former) in the Israel Defense Force, Israeli Security Establishment, Israeli Government officials, and more.
In addition to the unique educational opportunities, this program will offer a variety of experiences for students interested in Israeli culture.
 
This summer study abroad program in Tel Aviv, Israel is designed for graduate students studying Political Science, International Relations, Strategic Studies, Diplomacy and Conflict Studies, Government, Middle Eastern Studies, History, Economics, and such. Classes are held at the Institute for National Security
Studies (INSS) in collaboration with the Tel Aviv University in Tel Aviv, Israel.
 
The Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) is  an external institute of Tel Aviv University, enjoying a strong academic affiliation with the university but maintaining financial and organizational independence. The INSS studies key issues relating to Israel's national security and Middle East affairs.
The INSS launches and engages in innovative, relevant, high-quality research that shapes the public discourse of issues on Israel's national security agenda.  As part of its mission, it is committed to encourage new ways of thinking and expand the traditional contours of establishment analysis. The Institute, headed by Maj. Gen. (ret.) Amos Yadlin, maintains a staff of specialists in the various disciplines related to strategic and security studies. Through its mixture of researchers with backgrounds in academia, the military, government, and public policy,  the INSS is able to contribute to the public debate and governmental deliberation of leading strategic issues and offer policy analysis and recommendations to decision makers and public leaders, policy analysts, and theoreticians, both in Israel and abroad.
For more information on the INSS, click here.
 
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