Admissions and Application
Who should apply?
Students with a bachelor’s degree in any discipline, including engineering, social science, data science, management, physics, and life sciences, who possess an outstanding academic record and an entrepreneurial spirit and aspire to become pioneers of sustainable development.
Below please find instructions on how to open an application and what documents are required
Israeli students - including olim chadashim:
Please go to the following link to open an application. Please note that after filling out the application form you will be requested to upload your transcripts and your cv. The application for the program also requires that you submit, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, a personal statement and letter of recommendation - further description of these items can be found below.
Olim Chadashim - the application is entirely in Hebrew - please contact the program coordinator for guidance: email@example.com
Please go to the following link to open an application.
Application Documents - All Students - Further Guidelines
- Official Stamped University Transcript
- Copy of your diploma/s
- One letter of recommendation from an academic reference
- Personal Statement - up to one page in length and should include the following information or anything else you think is relevant: your interest and purpose in pursuing the MA in Developing countries, how the program fits into your overall professional growth, and how you will contribute to the program and class dynamics.
- Proof of English Proficiency - further details on requirements and English proficiency exams can be found here
Check out available scholarships below
June 23, 2021:
Scholarship Announcement - The School of Social and Policy Studies
The School of Social and Policy Studies is excited to announce a new scholarship for the 2021/22 academic year for M.A. students pursuing a full-time academic degree.
Who can submit an application for the scholarship?
- Students who have been formally accepted and confirmed to their program of study by August 15, 2021
- Students who completed their first degree with honors (according to the academic standards of the undergraduate institution, on the condition that the final GPA is 90 or above).
- Students who have received advanced degrees with honors from a recognized institution.
- Students from the Haredi, Ethiopian, and Arab communities
Documents for Submission
- Transcript of grades – according to the criteria listed above
Applications to be submitted via application link
* Students whose academic degree is being financed by the University, by an external party, by a public institution or by their employer must note this in their scholarship application and include the amount they will be receiving.