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The MA in Environmental Studies is open to candidates of all ages. Students above the age of 30 may still apply for the program, but will not be eligible for Masa grants and scholarships.
This 5-month English-language internship program gives you the opportunity to live like a local near Tel Aviv and the Mediterranean Sea. Grow personally and professionally with other international people your age from more than 23 different countries. Gain valuable work experience in an unpaid internship in your field of choice, travel Israel, learn more about the culture and history of this beautiful land, and learn Modern Israeli Hebrew.
Beginning with our August 2016 session, accommodations are located in Jaffa/Yaffo! Live in an apartment just 5 minutes from the shuk and a short 10 minute stroll to the sea in a trendy part of the city, close to all the shops, restaurants, and pubs that Israelis love to see and be seen in!
On this program you will receive: a co-ed furnished apartment shared with other participants on the program, an unpaid internship in your area of interest, unlimited public bus transportation for your area, monthly volunteer activities in the community, Israeli medical insurance, weekly educational meet-ups and monthly organized group trips.
Internship opportunities are available in hundreds of fields including business, finance, high-tech, marketing, advertising, communications, the arts, non-profit and more.
For more information, contact:
o ISRAEL 972732313990
The program is for the graduated architects and it’s offering a unique opportunity to combine studying together with the Israeli students on the M.A. of The Academy of Arts “Bezalel” “Urban design and Architecture” specialty with studying Hebrew and living in Ramat Gan (Tel Aviv).
The program’s participants live in comfortable apartments in the centre of Ramat Gan town, there is a convenient transport hub nearby and it takes only 20 minutes on a bike to arrive at the seaside.
It enables you to:
*Upon finishing the program the participants are provided with a certificate of the Academy of Arts and Design “Bezalel”. Successfully completed courses will be accounted for should the participant decide to study further.
Nishmat's Alisa Flatow International program offers a unique opportunity for English-speaking women of all ages, backgrounds and nationalities to study Jewish texts in a warm and intellectually stimulating environment.
Nishmat’s hands-on approach to Torah study teaches women skills to understand and analyze classic texts, and to reflect on how they inform modern Jewish thought and practice. We offer beginner, intermediate and advanced level classes, allowing each student to grow in their Torah learning.
The Alisa Flatow Program prides itself on its diverse student body, exceptional and devoted scholars and Rabbis, and the opportunity to study Torah in the larger context of a bustling Beit Midrash with a variety of learners.
Courses such as Tanach (Bible), Halacha (Jewish Law), Talmud, Ethics and Jewish Philosophy, place emphasis on learning with a partner; students are encouraged to explore difficult questions and to hone their text skills.
Our warm and supportive faculty is available in and out of the classroom, taking time to help students in their personal development and spiritual growth. Faculty members and Nishmat alumnae across Israel open their homes to students for Shabbat and Chagim.
In addition to formal classes, we offer a full extra-curricular program, including volunteer placement in the local community and organized trips to nature and historical sites throughout Israel.
Nishmat's English speakers bring their varied educational and professional experience to form their own supportive community of women growing in Judaism. At the same time, they are part of the larger Israeli Nishmat community, sharing Shabbatonim and holidays together in their home away from home.
Sharon Schamroth firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: +972 (0) 2 640.4342