M.A./LL.M.  International Law  and Conflict Resolution

Study at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and gain insights into the local and global conflicts and disputes.  This program focuses on the sources and causes of domestic and external conflicts in general and in Israel in particular. 

The prestigious Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Social Sciences of the Hebrew University are offering an exclusive graduate degree program (M.A./LL.M.) focusing on conflict resolution and international law, which is taught in English in Jerusalem over the course of two semesters. 


Come learn from past and present legal advisors to international organizations, members of international expert bodies, government and NGO lawyers and leading academics from Israel and abroad.


Study in Israel LLC

International Masters Degree Program (M.A./LL.M.) in Conflict Resolution:


Study about Israel, the conflict: culture, society, politics, and international law

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Classes start October 2018.

All classes are taught at the Mount Scopus Campus in Jerusalem.

Tuition is $16,000 and application fee is $80.


An one-year joint interdisciplinary program of the Swiss Center for Conflict Research, Management and Resolution at the Faculty of Social Sciences and of the Faculty of Law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Israel :A society in conflict

The United Nations and Conflict Resolution

Between Cyber Wars and Internet Governance

Psychological, Political and Social Aspects of Conflict

International Dispute Settlement

Negotiation: From Theory to Practice

Environmental Conflict Resolution

Terrorism, Counter-terrorism and Human Rights

Civil Society and Conflict Transformation in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Transitional Justice in Israel

Dialogue, Narratives, Identities and Conflict Resolution

The Role of Law in Resolving the Middle East Conflict

Propaganda, Persuasion and Attitude Change in Political and Social Conflicts

The Holocaust, Collective Memory and Visual Culture

Israel and International Law

What you'll study:


You will explore the methods, techniques, and strategies that help manage and resolve these conflicts from different disciplinary points of view, including international relations, law, political science, social psychology, communication and media studies, and sociology.