Michlalah Jerusalem - Mahal Tsarfati

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Program Description

This program is operated in French.
 

Midreshet Harova

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Program Description

Midreshet Harova offers an ideal setting for mature and motivated women from Israel and around the world who wish to achieve spiritual and intellectual growth in a religious Zionist framework that combines intimate settings with the resources of a large educational institution. Its open intellectual environment, combined with a wide variety of faculty, is particularly attractive to the creative student interested in exploring a range of ideas and approaches.
 
Students participate in a full day of learning focused on chevruta study, and development of textual skills that create the necessary basis for continued learning and growth after leaving the Midrasha. Programs focusing on current events and the political situation in Israel are a regular part of the informal education program, as is an annual journey to Poland that serves as the focal point of the Midrasha’s Holocaust education program.
 

Bar Ilan University Mechina- Pre Academic Program

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Program Description

The Mechina (preparatory) Program at Bar-Ilan University is an intensive year of study aimed at preparing participants for academic life in Israel. Mechina consists of intensive Hebrew language study (approximately 25 hours per week), followed by two academic semesters of 30 hours of intensive Hebrew language study plus Jewish Studies, mathematics or statistics, Israeli geography and government, and introductory level academic courses based on possible career choices.
 
You will apply to a regular department at the start of the second semester. Immigrant students with no background in Judaism must study three very basic noncredit courses as a prerequisite for taking the regular Jewish Studies courses.
 

Midreshet Amit

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Program Description

At Midreshet AMIT, you will spend your day learning, questioning, and growing in Torah. From interesting and challenging classes to guided chavruta study, your year will be packed with learning geared to help you develop a lifelong connection to Torah.
 
Our home is in Beit Hayeled, AMIT’s well-known foster home for disadvantaged youth. You will spend time each day teaching, playing, and caring for some of Israel's most needy children. As a "big sister," you will be challenged to give of yourself in a way you have never experienced before and you will be transformed in the provess. Your connection to Israel will be deepened through the unique experience of living and interacting with dedicated Israeli couples and committed Sherut Leumi young women. Through adventurous tiyulim you will travel the length and breadth of Israel, learning about our history and gaining a greater appreciation for the State of Israel.
 

Maccabi - Shnat Hajshara Tamar

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Program Description

This program is conducted in Spanish.
 

Derech Etz Chaim

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Program Description

Yeshivat Derech Etz Chaim is an ambitious and exciting learning program that gives you the ability and confidence to carry on learning Torah independently. The program offers close guidance on a continual course of growth that incorporates Torah as a means for individual development.
 
Through close kesher (connection) with your Rebbes, coupled with a dynamic learning environment and small classes, you will lay the foundation upon which your future learning will firmly stand.
 

Hanoar Hatzioni - Shnat Hachshara

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Program Description

This program is conducted in Spanish.
 

Yeshivat Birkat Moshe - Shana Ba'aretz

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Program Description

The overseas program at Birkat Moshe allows young Orthodox men from abroad to take full advantage of the yeshiva’s unique educational program in intensive Talmudic study. Students integrate fully into the regular Israeli program, with international and Israeli students interacting as a single student body. Overseas students study in Israeli shiurim and usually participate in at least three daily chevrutot.
 
Students contribute to the community of Ma’ale Adumim, giving shiurim, tutoring, doing guard duty and planting trees. While fluency in Hebrew is not required, incoming students should have a working knowledge of the language.
 

Shnat Marom (Jazit)

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Ein Hanatziv - Yuval

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Program Description

Midreshet Ein Hanatziv teaches in-depth Jewish studies combined with social awareness, cultivating a cadre of learned women with a deep commitment to Judaism to take active roles contributing to the advancement of Jewish society and to the state of Israel.
 
You will study a wide array of Jewish subjects in Hebrew at the Beit Midrash, as well as participate in community-based social action. The high level of study assures that, by the end of the year, you feel comfortable with the Hebrew language and can study independently from a wide variety of Judaic sources.