Program Overview Leading a nonprofit organization is a rewarding task that requires in-depth knowledge and practical skills. Hebrew University’s MA in Nonprofit Management and Leadership provides students with the foundations of nonprofit organizational development and management, drawing on the vast expertise of Israel’s most established Faculty of Social Work. The core and elective courses in the program cover organizational, social, and financial aspects of nonprofit management and leadership. Students learn about leadership models, social policy and entrepreneurship, community organizing, philanthropy, and more. The program is three semesters long and runs from October through September. During the autumn and spring semesters, students attend courses two full days a week. During the summer semester, they participate in four weeks of marathon courses (seven hours a day, four days a week, with each course lasting one week). Students also partake in a supervised team project and collaborate with a nonprofit organization during their year of study.
Scholarships for MA Students in Nonprofit Management & Leadership
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