Masa Israel Journey Blog

July 19, 2016

By Rachel Greenberg, Nativ alumna

 

It’s hard feeling like a stranger in your own home, but just as you needed time to adjust when you got to Israel, so too you need time to adjust back to life here in the United States of America.

 

When you were in Israel, you probably did not realize how much you changed every day, but you did. You learned from everyone around you, picked up new mannerisms, and adapted completely to a totally new lifestyle. So what happens now that you’re home? You’re not the same person you were when you left, but everything around you remains seemingly unchanged.

Here are some tips to help you deal with reverse culture shock:

 

1. Share your experiences

...

Read More  |  Comments (0)
July 18, 2016

It’s Thursday at 3:00 PM and your classes at Tel Aviv University just wrapped up for the week.

You could go to the shuk, you could eat falafel, you could go on a run, you could eat more falafel – or wait you could go to the beach. That’s right, you’re not only studying at one of the world’s leading universities but also studying right next to some of the world’s best beaches.


Put your books down this weekend, grab your sunscreen, your squad, and hit the sand!

 

Here are 7 More Reasons to Study Abroad at TAU:

 

1. Banana Beach
Located on the southernmost edge near Jaffa this beach is home to Friday night drum circles, hula hooping-bikini wearing girls, endless...

Read More  |  Comments (0)
July 18, 2016

Did college really happen if you didn’t study abroad? When you study abroad in Israel you’re able to take classes you can’t take anywhere else.


From diving deep into environmental studies at The Arava Institute to gaining the mad skills needed to build your own startup at the Technion, we promise to study abroad in Israel will not only change your life but also boost your career.


That’s why we’re here to give you 5 Awesome Classes You Can Only Take in Israel!


Without further ado allow us to introduce you to:


1. Peace-building Leadership Summit, from The Arava Institute, located at Kibbutz Ketura

Whether you choose to study...

Read More  |  Comments (0)

Explore The Blog

SEARCH THE BLOG