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Program Options, Dates, and Costs
Special programs and intensive sessions may be scheduled with custom dates, and with academic field trips and lectures tailored to suit the needs of different organizations and academic institutions. For further information, please email us at: email@example.com.
Programs at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem*PDF Brochure | Hebrew University Website
Coexistence in the Middle East (CME) is also offered as an academic program that offers participants the opportunity to experience the challenge of human diversity through a series of academic field trips and lectures, while earning academic credits at the Rothberg International School (RIS) of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, ranked one of the World's top 100 universities. Participants may enroll in one or both courses of our summer program, or take part in the intensive two-week session:
Summer Program | 9 credits - 135 academic hours | View Itinerary
For four years in a row, "Coexistence in the Middle East" has been one of the most popular programs among RIS summer courses. Following this success, this summer CME will be expanded into a 9-credit program that is comprised of the following three 3-credit courses:
- July 3 - 27, 2016 - Narratives and Realities: Inside the Israeli Palestinian Conflict - View Syllabus
- July 3 - 27, 2016 - Israel & the Post-Arab Spring: An Interactive View - View Syllabus
- July 28 - Aug. 12, 2016 - Religion in the Holy Land: The Role of Faith in Peace and Conflict - View Syllabus
Since these three courses are designed to complement each other, we strongly recommend participants to take them together. However, participants have the option to enroll in only one or two courses as well as combine them with additional summer programs at RIS, such as InnovNation, which offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the high-tech industries and entrepreneurial ecosystem of the Start-Up Nation.
Intensive Winter Program | 3 credits - 45 academic hours | View Itinerary
Our intensive two-week session offers 3-credits and includes many of the field trips and lectures to students, faculty members, diplomats, policy makers, and other professionals who are unable to attend the CME summer program. Professionals or participants who do not require academic credits will be exempt from the academic requirements and will be able to obtain an active participation certificate.
- Dec. 27, 2015 - Jan. 10, 2016 - CME Winter Session 2015 - View Syllabus
- Dec. 27, 2016 - Jan. 10, 2017 - CME Winter Session 2016 - View Syllabus
*We reserve the right to cancel courses for which there is insufficient registration.
Costs in USD*
All applicants pay a non-refundable fee of US $80 as part of the application process.
Once they are accepted to the program, and before the application deadline, applicants must pay the participation fee to Israel Beyond the Headlines through the following payment methods in order to secure their spot in the program. Information regarding the payment of the other fees will be sent by RIS along with their acceptance letter.
|Program||Winter Program||Summer Program|
|One Course||Two Courses||Three Courses|
|Duration||2 weeks||4 weeks||4 weeks||6 weeks|
|Academic credit||3 credits||3 credits||6 credits||9 credits|
|Academic hours||45 hours||45 hours||90 hours||135 hours|
|Basic Health Insurance||$25||$50||$50||$50|
Housing is optional and subject to availability. In order to access the dorms, participants first need to complete registration at RIS offices. Participants arriving on Fridays and Saturdays or on any other day after office hours will need to arrange accommodations until RIS offices reopen. Applicants will receive detailed information about reservation and check-in procedures once they are accepted to the program.
|Winter Program||Summer Program|
|2016||2017||July Session||August Session|
|From||December 27, 2015||December 27, 2016||July 3, 2016||July 28, 2016|
|to||January 10, 2016||January 10, 2017||July 27, 2016||August 12, 2016|
*Prices are subject to change
- "Coexistence in the Middle East" program (one or two courses)
- Academic field trips detailed in the itinerary
- Housing for the duration of the program
- Basic health insurance
Flight, airport transfers, meals and personal expenses and payment transaction fees are not included.