Study Abroad

Spend a semester or year in Israel and experience another culture while earning college credit. There is no better or more effective way to immerse yourself in a culture or learn a language than spending a semester or year abroad. 
 
Studying abroad at an Israeli university will help you develop skills and expose you to experiences a classroom setting could never provide. Take courses you would never have the opportunity to take at your home campus and enhance your degree.
 
Your experience living and studying in Israel, immersing yourself in a foreign culture and acquiring another language will all set you apart and give you skills and experiences that will last a lifetime.
 
Enrich your academic experience by studying in Israel. Find it here.

 

The Rothberg International School Gets Artsy

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This year the Rothberg International School has begun promoting programs to students that offer a focus in various arts programs.
 

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Hear participants talk about their daily life, take a virtual tour of your favorite program, and watch your semester of year in Israel unfold in front of you

Bar Ilan University

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Hear participants talk about their daily life, take a virtual tour of your favorite program, and watch your semester of year in Israel unfold in front of you

Technion Institute of Technology

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Hear participants talk about their daily life, take a virtual tour of your favorite program, and watch your semester of year in Israel unfold in front of you

Ariel University Center of Samaria

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Hear participants talk about their daily life, take a virtual tour of your favorite program, and watch your semester of year in Israel unfold in front of you

Arava Institute for Environmental Studies

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Hear participants talk about their daily life, take a virtual tour of your favorite program, and watch your semester of year in Israel unfold in front of you

Ben Gurion University of the Negev

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Hear participants talk about their daily life, take a virtual tour of your favorite program, and watch your semester of year in Israel unfold in front of you

Aardvark Israel

 

Tel Aviv University International Undergraduate Year

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Program Description

Situated in the heart of Israel's coastal region, Tel Aviv University is the country's largest academic institution boasting a diverse and dynamic student body. Its faculty is comprised of nationally and internationally renowned scholars and scientists, many of whom are leaders in their fields. The overseas student program at Tel Aviv University offers accomplished college students an opportunity to learn Hebrew and take college level courses in English for full academic credit while immersed in Israeli culture.
 
International students may enroll in the University's semester or year-long study abroad program either independently or through their home school. The programs offer a rich variety of exciting courses in the fields of International Relations, Social Sciences, Arts, Environmental Studies, History, Religion, Business and many more.
 

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Tel Aviv University International Preparatory Year

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Program Description

The Preparatory Program for new Olim (immigrants) at Tel Aviv University is a one-year program designed for newcomers and foreign students who have graduated high school and wish to pursue academic studies in Israel.
 
The goal of the program is to bridge the gap between overseas and Israeli high school study curricula and provide accreditation that will enable students to pursue degree programs at the University; to provide students with intensive preparation for academic studies; familiarize students with Hebrew, the teaching language of the University; to provide basic knowledge and understanding of Israel and Jewish history; and to acquaint students with study tracks at the University.
 

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