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Albert Katz International
School for Desert Studies

This innovative, multidisciplinary program in Desert Studies is structured to provide an integrated approach, offering students exceptional opportunities to pursue a combination of basic and applied research. Students are exposed to a wide range of disciplines complementary to their track of study.


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The program offers the following tracks of study:

Agriculture and Biotechnology of Drylands

Irrigation and Plant Environment

Ecology of Drylands (Relevant to students who have started their MSc studies before October 2016)

Solar Energy and the Environmental Physics

Environmental and Aquatic Microbiology

Environmental Studies

Students are required to complete 42 credits including 12 Research Project credits.


The courses in the program are taught in English.