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Emergency & Disaster Management MPH

Main organization(s): Tel Aviv University (TAU)

Description

The International Program in Emergency and Disaster Management is a one-year Masters in Public Health (M.P.H) and it constitutes a great opportunity to study emergency and disaster preparedness in a country like Israel, which has long been regarded as a leader in disaster management due to its unique history and robust response and resilience.

Therefore, Israeli trained specialists is emergency and disaster management are pursued by many sectors and held in high regard all over the world.

The professors and guest lecturers are specialists in the field, and can present students with a valuable networking opportunities. Past lecturers have represented organizations such as: MADA, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, National Emergency Authority, refugee healthcare workers, Homefront Command, Israeli Flying Aid.

Students from a wide variety of academic backgrounds are welcome for this degree.

There is in place a rolling admissions system which means no application deadline as long as there is still space in the upcoming year's cohort.

Geographical coverage

Global

Last updated

04 Feb 2020



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  • Type University programme
  • Level Masters
  • Location(s) Israel (Tel Aviv)

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