The program offers courses in history of the Holocaust period and WWII, psychological aspects of trauma, anthropology of memory, genocide and crimes against humanity as well as courses in international law, Holocaust Education, cultural expressions of the Holocaust in Film and literature.
Our rich academic course offerings are supplemented by excellent internship opportunities and compulsory volunteer work with Holocaust survivors through collaboration with Amcha. Read about students' experiences interning here, and students' experiences volunteering here. For a list of institutions that offer our studnets internships click here. for volunteer work click here.
Read more about the variety of internship opportunities offered by the program.
Seminars at Yad Vashem and the Ghetto Fighters House Museum are an integral part of the program as well as an organized study tour to Poland or Germany which will include visits to historical sites, museums and research centers. Read more
The program offers scholarships on the basis of academic merit and financial need. Once you are registered to the program, the academic committee will review your eligibility. Aside of the scholarships offered by the program.
please check this link for other funding sources.
Each year we accept 30 students from around the world. Our international students, from over 20 different countries, have diverse research backgrounds and interests, and their collaborative efforts make a unique cohort each year that enriches our program.