1 year (3 semesters)
Language of Instruction: English
Tuition: $10,500 (not including medical insurance)
Bachelor's degree in the Social Sciences or related field with a GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, or 80 on a 100 scale.
May 31, 2021 (It is recommended to apply as early as possible)
In case of restrictions connected to the COVID-19 situation, please note that the 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.
If you are a current or incoming student, you will be kept up to date by our staff regarding any arrival, program, and instruction information.
This one-year (3 semesters) M.A. program will provide you with the skills and practical experience you’ll need to become a leader for real social change. And while you take onboard the latest migration issues and trends, don’t forget to discover the Non-Stop City of Tel Aviv, itself a city with a long and strong immigrant history…
Our Migration Studies program is for those of you looking for a game changing role in humanitarian organizations tackling the ever-challenging migration issues across the planet.
From the ongoing Mediterranean migrant crisis to continuing debates on free movement in Europe, these issues are at the forefront of today's discussions around global migration and policy.
Migration Studies is an interdisciplinary program that will provide you opportunities to critically engage on the global issues that are at the forefront of today’s migration and policy debates.
Expect to take onboard the theories, research tools, and analytical models that cover topics such as immigration and citizenship policies; perspectives on refugees, asylum seekers and humanitarian aid; and the challenges of social, cultural and economic integration.
You’ll be challenged and stretched by a world-leading faculty and expert practitioners in the field of migration.
Experience specialization in the global migration and policy fields, and reinforce that learned knowledge with hands-on professional workshops.
Spend a fascinating semester abroad in one of several exchange programs at universities affiliated with TAU. (Note that this track is not open to students whose enrollment in the Migration Studies program is supported by United States Federal Student Aid due to restrictions on the use of such aid.)
Enjoy cultural evening activities and overnight excursions around the country, in addition to the coursework.
Career Success Stories
Our Migration Studies graduates have gone on to hold key migration related jobs in a variety of organizations.
Our graduates work in both the public and private sectors and in a variety of fields with migrants and asylum seekers across the world. Positions range from public policy, international affairs, politics, professional migration, research, academia, and non-profit work. Some graduates have also taken it to the next level and turned into entrepreneurs in the field of migration, while others have pursued post-graduate degrees.