As a graduate student, you can take advantage of one of the University of Haifa's summer graduate programs. Come for the summer to study with our faculty and develop skills in an international setting. This is a unique opportunity to explore global partnerships in order to learn and promote best practices in the health care field.
During the summer, the University of Haifa School of Public Health offers a graduate level program that is designed to train students to become the future leaders in the global public health arena.
The goal of this program is to identify and develop a future generation of individuals who will lead health systems around the world. Students will meet in Israel, learn together, develop life-long relationships with colleagues from around the world, and then return home to promote best practices in health care. Upon completion of the program, students will have acquired new skills in leadership and new knowledge of global public health. Students will receive credits from the University of Haifa, which may well be applied to their home universities. They will also receive a certificate of completion of the program.
For more information about this program, please download our brochure.
The Cheryl Spencer Department of Nursing at the University of Haifa, in conjunction with the International School, offers a two-week intensive summer nursing program. The program includes four courses, all taught in English, and is ideal for current nurses looking to enhance their education at the graduate level. For more information about this program, please click here.
At the University of Haifa, we will be opening a four-week summer semester (taught in English), which includes three courses for registered nurses with a bachelor's degree and nurses already in Masters' Degree Programs. This semester provides an opportunity to join other international students in the city of Haifa Israel (situated on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea). These courses will discuss the rapidly changing landscape of health care, where nurses are a crucial part of the global workforce in hospitals, clinics and community settings.
Students have the option of taking up to three courses:
• World Health Issues and the Trans-cultural Role of the Health Professional -Cheryl Zlotnick RN DrPH
• Field Experiences – Glimpses of the Israeli Health System in Practice -Dalit Wilhelm RN MA
• The Patient-Professional Relationship: Beyond Compassion Fatigue and Vicarious Trauma – Hadass Goldblatt MSW PhD
For more information about any of our short term or summer graduate programs, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.