When and how do I register for courses?

Registration for courses opens around September (before the fall semester) and stays open for the first two weeks of the school year, to allow for changes. For more information, click below.



On what days does the courses take place?

Most courses take place on Monday, but there are some courses on other days, mostly Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Can I see the study program?

Sure – here it is: https://crmr-en.huji.ac.il/study-program 

Can I see an example of the semester schedule and classes?

Of course!


Here you can see examples of semester schedules and available classes.


Are there scholarships available?

Scholarships might be available for outstanding students at the end of the first semester. Please also notice the very low tuition cost which means that in fact scholarships are reflected in the difference between our tuition cost and the tuition cost of other programs.


Can I apply to a master’s program if my GPA is slightly lower than what is usually required for admission?

Please write about this to the head of the Program Prof. Ifat Maoz msifat@gmail.com


What are the requirements for acceptance to the Program?

Admission is competitive and based on transcripts and letters of recommendation. Students should have a minimum of 3.6 GPA, (“B+”) grade-point average, 87% or equivalent. For more information about the TOEFL exam, click below.



Until when is registration open?

August 5th


Will the Program courses take place in person or via Zoom?

Part of the courses will be on campus and part through zoom

How long after enrolling should I expect an answer?

About 3 weeks

What are the steps of the admission process to the program?

For more information about the application process, click below.



What do students generally do when they finish the program?

Alumni of the Program take part in varied and interesting roles in places such as the Prime Minister’s office, higher education, Foreign Affairs office, media and journalism, peacekeeping organizations and more.


Why study at the Hebrew University?

The Hebrew University is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world, and it is the most prestigious university in Israel. Furthermore, bring based in Jerusalem gives the Program a unique perspective, and allows for exciting opportunities.


What is the goal of the program?

  • To study the nature of domestic and international conflict in general and in Israel in particular
  • To equip students with a deep understanding of international dispute resolution
  • To make a valuable contribution to the field of conflict resolution research
  • To explore methods, techniques and strategies of conflict resolution from a multitude of disciplinary fields