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SCHOOL OF MARINE SCIENCES
Located on the tip of the Mediterranean Sea, University of Haifa's School of Marine Sciences (Israel) is an academic center of excellence at the forefront of marine research.
Our interdisciplinary scientific research addresses real-time issues in marine ecosystems to develop cutting edge technologies and create a sustainable future for marine environment. To do so, we provide students with professional knowledge, skills and practical tools to further develop their careers as influential scientists, educators and policy makers in the marine sciences arena.
Choose one of our Master's program today, join our preservation efforts and experience the thrill of marine science exploration and secure your career in an exciting and relevant field!
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MSc Marine Geosciences
Recent off-shore deep sea gas findings in Israel have triggered unprecedented scientific development and global environmental challenges. These have paved the way for our unique program which offers students a unique opportunity to foster a career in Marine Geosciences. Leveraging the Mediterranean Sea to a natural marine laboratory, the International MSc program for Marine Geosciences combines theoretical knowledge together with hands-on experience at sea.
MSc Marine Biology
Since the dawn of history, the seashore and ocean depths, their molecular life mechanisms and dynamic marine ecosystems have always been a mystery. Nestled at the edge of the Eastern Mediterranean, our International MSc. Program in Marine Biology has been addressing this mystery by leveraging our natural surroundings into an innovative global learning hub for researchers and students worldwide.
MSc Marine Technologies
This groundbreaking international program focuses on developing knowledge, methods and state-of-the-art exploration tools to research the sea. Our academic staff of experts in marine engineering, oceanography and natural sciences, continue to leverage the program's marine platforms and technologies to a competitive advantage, while creating innovative solutions for future research.