Admission requirements for Doctoral program

The following requirements apply to applicants for a Doctoral degree (PhD) at the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management:

  1. An accredited university undergraduate degree.
  2. An accredited university Master’s degree with a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 87 and a minimum of 87 in the thesis.
  3. Two letters of recommendation, one of which must be from the student’s Master thesis adviser.
  4. A declaration of intent in regards to the proposed subject of research (3-4 pages), approved by two advisers, one of which is a regular academic staff member of the Department. This adviser must be in the rank of senior lecturer or higher.
  5. A Curriculum Vitae in Hebrew or in English.
  6. A research proposal in English.

Candidates with a Master’s degree from a recognised institution of higher education but without a thesis will be required to complete pre-research studies before commencing their doctoral studies

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Admission requirements for pre-research studies

The pre-research studies in the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management are interdisciplinary in essence and are guided by two supervisors, at least one of whom must be a regular academic staff member of the Department.

The following requirements apply to applicants for pre-research studies at the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management:

  1. An accredited university undergraduate degree.
  2. An accredited university Master’s degree with a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 87 and a minimum of 87 in the final research project (or final exam or other).
  3. Two letters of recommendation, one of which must be from the student’s Master research project supervisor.
  4. A declaration of intent in regards to the proposed subject of research (3-4 pages), which has to be approved by the chosen supervisors. One of the supervisors myst be a regular academic staff member of the Department, with a rank of senior lecturer or higher.
  5. A Curriculum Vitae in Hebrew or in English.
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