Study Abroad | Masa Israel

Study Abroad

A. T. I. Intensive

Program Description

MASA A.T.I. Intensive is a unique program which provides students with the tools for success in national and international English exams: AMIR, TOEFL and IELTS.

 

The study program includes three main components:

1.   Practicing language skills through topics which appear in all the exams

2.  Exam practice - learning strategies for maximizing exam results

3.  Full mock exams – feedback, error analysis and suggestions for improvement

 

Students from around the world are welcome to share an enjoyable international learning experience with English as the language of communication and instruction.

Applicants to the program must have at least an Upper Intermediate (B2) level in English.

 

 

For more information:

Gabi Farberov

masaoranim@oranim.ac.il

http://en.oranim.ac.il/node/241

972–(0)49838952

  • Main Subject: Graduate Academic Studies, Undergraduate Academic Studies
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  • Keywords:
  • Intensive English 
  • Duration:
  • 4 Months 
  • Age:
  • 18-30 
  • Language:
  • English 
  • Organizer:
  • Oranim Academic College of Education 
  • Program appears on grant application as:
  • A. T. I. Intensive 
  • Price:
  • $ 5300 
  • Accommodation:
  • Included 
  • Meals:
  • Included 
  • Program Contact Information:
  • Gabi Farberov 
  • (p):972 4 983 8952 
  • gabi_f@oranim.ac.il 
  • Program Dates:
  • June 29,2017 - October 29,2017

Masa Israel to Bring Alumni and Hillel Professionals to JFNA General Assembly">Masa Israel to Bring Alumni and Hillel Professionals to JFNA General Assembly

Posted November 2nd, 2015

Every year, Masa Israel Journey selects outstanding alumni to attend the annual Jewish Federations of North America General Assembly.


This year, we're bringing an extraordinary group of Masa Israel alumni who create Jewish communities as Hillel professionals on college campuses across North America:

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Introducing: The 2015-2016 Masa Israel Alumni Fellows">Introducing: The 2015-2016 Masa Israel Alumni Fellows

Posted October 14th, 2015

The Masa Israel Alumni Fellowship is an opportunity for a select few outstanding alumni to represent Masa Israel Journey in their home communities and on a national level.


This exclusive program provides Fellows with unmatched leadership training as well as opportunities for personal and professional development and networking with Jewish communal leaders.


Each fellow will attend the Jewish Federations of North America General Assembly (GA), as well as his or her choice of a major national Jewish conference. Through these events and exclusive shabbatonim, the Masa Israel Alumni Fellowship creates a community of practice and the future leadership of the Masa Israel Alumni Community.


Over the course of the next year, each Fellow will create and implement a unique impact project in order to increase alumni involvement or help recruit new participants to Masa Israel programs in his or her community.


Stay tuned over the next few months, as we highlight an Alumni Fellow every week.


Here are this year’s Masa Israel Alumni Fellows:

 

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What Can You Do With Your Etrog After Sukkot?">What Can You Do With Your Etrog After Sukkot?

Posted September 30th, 2015

The etrog, also known as the citron, is one of four plants mentioned in the Torah in association with Sukkot, or the Feast of the Tabernacles.


But, what can you do with your etrog after Sukkot, when it’s fulfilled its ceremonial purpose? Why, you can eat it, of course!


Here are four of the tastiest recipes that we came across for repurposing your etrog:


1. Candied Etrog

 

What’s Different About Yom Kippur in Israel?">What’s Different About Yom Kippur in Israel?

Posted September 21st, 2015

There’s nothing quite like the High Holidays – or, as the locals call them, the chagim – in Israel.

 

Generally considered the most important holiday of the year, Yom Kippur is a particularly unique day to spend in Israel. Here are just four ways in which Yom Kippur is different in Israel:

 

1. The Country Practically Shuts Down

 
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