Global Migration and Policy (MA)


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2 Years

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About Global Migration and Policy at Tel Aviv University

The M.A. in Global Migration and Policy is an interdisciplinary master’s program taught in English that offers students the opportunity to engage critically with national and international issues that are at the forefront of today’s debates around migration and policy. The program is designed for passionate students with strong educational backgrounds, professional drive and, preferably, previous professional or activist experience. Students are first exposed to the main theoretical perspectives and subsequently to the professionally-oriented principles of migration. Led by scholars and practitioners in the field of migration, topics covered in the courses include immigration and citizenship policies; legal and ethical perspectives on refuge and asylum; the labor market integration of immigrants; the challenges of social integration and ethnic identification of the “second generation”; marginalization and discrimination; migration and the environment; and best practices in international development and humanitarian aid, among other subjects. Students gain hands-on experience through fieldwork and are able to specialize in areas of migration according to their personal preferences.


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  • The awardMAHow you will studyFull-timeHow long you will study2 years
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Entry requirements

Our program is designed for graduates of accredited institutions of higher education. Enrollment is open to Israeli citizens and international candidates. Preferred candidates will have completed a B.A. in social sciences or related fields (e.g. political science, international relations, law, business, history, philosophy, anthropology, sociology) with a minimum grade of 80 (or equivalent). Under special circumstances, students with other academic backgrounds will be considered as well.

Due to the nature of the subject matter, we seek to compose a diverse group of nationalities as well as diverse fields of interests. Thus, our admissions criteria require information beyond academic records to include a personal essay, and relevant professional experience related to migration.

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