Glocal International Development

Glocal International Development is an innovative MA program in the Faculty of Social Sciences at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The 18-month program aims to provide students with the academic theory and background, as well as professional skills and tools to work with communities across the globe. An integral part of the program is a four-month internship with an international NGO in a developing country, held during third semester of the program. If you are an individual with a global perspective on the one hand, and an appreciation for local solutions on the other, come join Glocal, which offers a unique opportunity to gain development expertise and to play a meaningful role in advancing communities both in Israel and across the world.

In order to ensure the diversity of every cohort, we provide a limited amount of scholarships to students from developing countries. We offer designated scholarships to Palestinian students and to selected applicants from Canada, Mexico and the PhilippinesFor more details 

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هل ترغب / ين في دراسة تنمية المجتمع؟

May 9, 2017

هل ترغب / ين في دراسة تنمية المجتمع؟
هناك منح دراسية متاحة للطلاب الفلسطينيين والأردنيين الراغبين بالدراسة في برنامج  Glocal لدراسات تنمية المجتمع
 اذا كانت لديك نظرة عالمية وتقدير للحلول المحلية، انضم /ي لهذا البرنامج الذي يمثّل فرصة مميزة لكسب الخبرة التطويرية
ولعب دور فعال في تنمية المجتمعات في الشرق الاوسط وفي أنحاء العالم
التسجيل للعام الدراسي 2017/2018 ينتهي في 15/06. نقبل الطلاب الذين يتقدمون أولاً والمقابلات تبدأ في شهر نيسان

Glocal Annual Event

Glocal Annual Event

March 29, 2017

Glocal held its 6th Annual Event on March 15st, with over 200 people in attendance. This year's event started with an International Development Fair and featured a lecture by Prof. Sara Curran from the University of Washington. The audience also enjoyed polished, 5-minute, student "pitches" of their internship experiences from around the globe, a photo exhibit showcasing images and stories from the field, and a panels where students and practitioners discussed and debated some of the enduring topics of concern with a special focus on community resilience.