International Courses

The Division for External Studies and the International School of Agricultural Sciences have been offering short-term training courses to the international community of professionals and policy-makers since 1988. The courses run from 25-60 days and are attended by a maximum of 25 participants. The courses include lectures, workshops, professional field trips, and sightseeing tours.

 

Past International Courses:

Meeting Agricultural Challenges In A Changing World: Biotechnology and Bioinformatics
(in cooperation with MASHAV)

Nutrition in a Changing Global Environment
(in cooperation with MASHAV)

Commercial Beekeeping in Modern Agriculture 

Feeding the Future: Food Safety and Technology in Times of Global Change

Poultry Production & Management: Veterinary & Nutritional Aspects: Protein Enhancement to Help Combat Hunger 

Ensuring Food Safety in Times of Global Change 
(in cooperation with MASHAV)

Water Management: Decision Making, Environmental Aspects & Risk Assessment 
(in cooperation with MASHAV)

Crop Production Under Saline Stress: Environmental soil and water qualities due to climatic changes 
(in cooperation with MASHAV)

Advanced Methods for Increasing Dairy Yield: Small & Large Ruminants 
(in cooperation with MASHAV)

Adapting to Climate Change: Biotechnology in Agriculture in a World of Global Environmental Changes 
(in cooperation with MASHAV)

Agri-Green Management: Agri-Environmental Considerations Under Climatic Changes 
(in cooperation with MASHAV)

Nutrition in a Changing Global Environment 
(in cooperation with MASHAV)

Models of Sustainable Development: Initiatives for Rural Communities in Desert Areas 
(in cooperation with MASHAV)

Biotechnology in Agriculture in a World of Global Environmental Changes  

Groundwater Exploration And Water Resources: Exploitation And Conservation
 

Aquaculture: Production And Management

Ruminants: Meat Production And Management

Food Technology

Biotechnology And Bioinformatics In Agriculture: Plants and Microorganisms