The Hebrew University of Jerusalem invites applications for Masters in Environmental Economics

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The master’s program focuses on economic issues in the areas of environmental and natural resources, marketing, and finance. These include public economics and government intervention to control environmental effects; planning for the efficient extraction and use of natural resources; distribution of water and land resources; regulation of the marketing of agricultural products in local and export markets; industrial organization; family economy; mechanism design; game theory; political economy, etc. Students participate in research as part of their master’s thesis.

Program delivery:

Taught entirely in English, the master’s program offers three study streams: a thesis stream, a thesis stream in the field of marketing and a non-thesis stream. The thesis courses require a perimeter of 32 credits, including 2 seminars in economics and environmental management. The course without thesis requires a perimeter of 44 credits, including 4 theoretical seminars.

The master studies extend over two years. It is not necessary to find a supervisor in advance. However, within 10 months of the start of studies, the student must find a supervisor and submit a research plan, otherwise he can continue the program in the non-thesis route.

Admission process:

Students applying for the M.Sc. in Environmental Economics and Management program should submit their application on the university website.

Admission cycle:

The admission cycle for the M.Sc. Environmental Economics and Management program is open to all international students with an application deadline of 01 October 2022

Conditions of admission:

The program requires students to hold an undergraduate degree from a recognized university in economics (including environmental economics) or a degree in accounting or business administration.

Students must have a GPA of 80 or higher (B- on the letter scale) as well as at least 6.0 on the IELTS English Proficiency Test. Although relevant experience is recommended, it is not mandatory.

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