Short Course Description
The aim of the course is to offer students the opportunity to acquire practical experience, alongside theoretical studies, through internship in different institutions. The course focuses on regulatory policies in diverse fields.
Full syllabus will be available to registered students only
The first semester will be dedicated to regulatory policy, the core principles for writing policy papers, and guest lectures. In the second part of the course the student will start their internship in the institution of their choice. It includes approximately 6 hours per week (December 2021-June-2022). Institutions include the Ministries of Health, Agriculture, and Environmental Protection, the Open Landscape Institute at The Steinhardt Museum of Natural History, the Brookdale institute, Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research, the Israel Democracy Institute, and more.
At the end of the internship, a policy paper prepared for the institution will be submitted. During the internship students and institutions will be in continuous contact with the course coordinator.
Prerequisites for completing the course: participation in classes (first semester), active internship and preparation of a professional policy paper.
(Total: 4 credits)
* The course is intended for students from diverse academic backgrounds.