Holocaust research has emerged as a critical field of scholarship, calling for a new generation of scholars to shed light on its events and significance.
Accordingly, the Weiss-Livnat International MA Program in Holocaust Studies offers a multidisciplinary approach to understanding the Holocaust. It offers unique experiential opportunities within the framework of a scholarly and dedicated professional community. They include state of the art research and theory, relevant language courses, hands-on internships in globally renowned Holocaust institutions in both Israel and abroad, educational field trips, meetings with Holocaust survivors, global experts, and more.
Our one-year international master’s program is taught in English over three consecutive semesters from October through September. Graduates will be awarded a Master of Arts (MA) in Holocaust Studies.
Students who choose to pursue the research track will submit their thesis within one year of completing their coursework. This may require an extended stay at the university.
The Final Solution
Literature of the Holocaust
The Holocaust in the former Soviet Union
Visual Culture and the Holocaust
Holocaust Commemoration and Education in the Digital Age
* The curriculum is subject to change without notice
The program offers scholarships that cover full tuition and a living stipend for eligible students.