Security and Diplomacy Master's Program at Tel aviv university

Academic institutions in Israel invite you to participate in international programs, earn credits or complete your degree. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to see the sites, to meet new people from all around the world, to hear Hebrew and Arabic, and to come to a closer understanding of Israeli society.

Like this page? share:

M.A. in Security and Diplomacy at Tel Aviv University


A Fresh Insight on Global Events


Security and Diplomacy are two sides of the same coin – foreign affairs. Each country may use either or both to gain its purposes in the global arena or to protect itself. The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Israeli ongoing conflict with the Palestinians and the rise of new terrorist organizations such as Boko Haram, require the countries involved to consider and reconsider their decisions regarding homeland security and diplomacy every step of the way.


Tel Aviv University's master's program provides students with a comprehensive view of world politics and military conflicts with special emphasis on Israel and the Middle East.


Study Program


The international master's track includes theoretical courses, field trips and internships opportunities. Several of the professors are military generals (res), while others took part in Israel talks with the Palestinians. At the field trips students have the chance to meet Israeli and foreign officials who speak of their own personal experience in the Middle East. Students will also take part in simulations and workshops that will give them insight into the dilemmas decision makers face each day.


Students may intern in Israeli and international offices and NGOs during their studies. A list of openings is published at the start of each year. In addition to their mandatory courses, students may also take either Hebrew lessons or Arabic classes.


Study Structure


The program is entirely in English and is designed to be completed in one year (three consecutive semesters). In case students choose to write a thesis, they will extend their studies to four semesters. The classes are usually from Monday to Thursday and they start at noon.




* Strategic Thought
* Political Economy
* Arab-Israeli Conflict
* International Law
* Cyber Warfare
* National Security Concepts
* Counterterrorism
* Modern Diplomacy


Read more about - Political Science Master Programs in Israel




Only students who completed their undergraduate studies with a GPA of 80 (3.0) or above may apply for the program. Students who are not native English speakers must pass an English proficiency test.




The faculty of TAU's Security and Diplomacy Masters program includes: a retired Major General who commanded the IDF's and Ministry of Defense R&D; a former counselor in Washington who was a member of the Israeli delegation in the peace talks with the Palestinians; a former head of the Department of Palestinian Affairs in the Ministry of Defense; an Oxford graduate who specializes in international rights and the Just War Theory; and more.


Academic Diploma


Graduates will receive a master's degree in Security and Diplomacy from Tel Aviv University.


Forum: Studying In Israel

In vitro fertilization training
Oni Vincent Oluwapelumi
No Comments
Online MSc program duration
No Comments
Msc scholarship in Israeli universities
No Comments
Residency in İsrael for Azerbaijan citizens
Ruqiyye İbrahimli
No Comments
Aquaculture & Fisheries studies
Balogun olusoji raphael
No Comments
crops and livestock farming agriculture engineering studies
ankit kumar
No Comments
Post doctorate fellowship in Israel
Sudik Samuel David
want to pursue masters in israel
firdoosa akhtar
Training in Israel on Environment and Agriculture
Dr. Kamble K.J. Associate Professor
Bachelors in medical science or engineering
Benjamin carlow
Agriculture engineering course in Isreal
John Affiku
National sec. and terrorism
Babafemi Oluwole Michael
Aquapronics/hydrapronics short course
John isaac
Training to international academicians and agricultural engineers in Israel
Dr. Kamble K.J.
Forum: Studying In Israel