Prepa

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Program Description

Program operated in French

 

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.
 

For more information, contact:

 

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.
 

For more information, contact:

 

Bar Ilan University - Israel Experience

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Program Description

The Israel Experience at Bar Ilan University offers high school graduates a variety of courses taught in English that reflect a typical freshman courseload found at North American universities. Students are encouraged to supplement their academic courses with internship and volunteer placements at a variety of major American or Israeli companies. In addition, educational and exciting trips and Shabbatonim are offered every other week.
 
Bar-Ilan University is chartered and accredited by the Ministry of Education in Israel, and the overwhelming majority of colleges and universities in the United States and Canada recognize its courses. In most cases, Israel Experience students will be able to receive credit for their studies.
 

Tikva

Program Description

Program operated in French

 

J.C.T. - Tochnit Mechulevet

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Program Description

Combining a schedule of Jewish studies and academic courses in the fields of technology and business, this program is equivalent to a first year of college enhanced by a strong support system of professional staff. Students are fully integrated with their Israeli counterparts both in courses, dormitory life and extra-curricular activities.
 
Students choose courses from all the departments at Machon Lev; in Jewish studies, they participate in the Beit Midrash learning program, and for academics, they choose courses from the various departments to include Engineering, Computers, Biochemistry, Electro-Optics, Applied Physics, Management, Marketing, Accounting, and Education.
 

Hebrew University Preparatory Year

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Program Description

The Preparatory Program for new immigrants at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem provides recent high school graduates and recently discharged soldiers who plan to continue their undergraduate studies in Israel an introduction to academic studies and intensive language instruction. The yearlong program serves as a gateway to the Hebrew-speaking Israeli society, while helping the student refine the skills needed for regular university studies.
 
In general, the program consists of intensive language instruction and courses in mathematics, Israel studies, history, introductory university courses, and academic skills.
 

For more information, contact:

Luba Glikin
972-2-5881602
 

Bnei Akiva - Torani

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Program Description

Torani is intended for young adults wishing to devote a year to serious Torah study in Israel, whilst enjoying being part of the Bnei Akiva framework. The majority of the year is spent in yeshiva or midrasha, with Bnei Akiva running seminars, Shabbatonim and an advanced leadership course to allow participants to maximise their year, experience the length and breadth of Israel and return equipped with the tools to be a leader in Bnei Akiva UK.

Applicants can choose between Yeshivat Hakotel, Yeshivat Eretz Hatzvi and Yeshivat Meir Harel Modiin (boys) and Midreshet Harova and Midreshet Yeud (girls).

 

For more information, contact:

Michael Rainsbury

michael@bneiakiva.net

+972-526000169

Dance Journey Auditions

Dance Journey Auditions

June 12, 2011 - 12:06  -  June 12, 2011 - 15:00

BPStudio 618 MoultonLos Angeles, CA  -  United States

Audition for The Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company in Israel and for MASA Dance Journey 5 month apprentice program

For more information contact
maoryehuda@gmail.com
646-714 1212
www.kcdc.co.il

Your home away from home on campus at Hebrew U

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By Yonni at Canadian Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
 
Staying at Hebrew University means your home away from home could be on one of three campuses in Jerusalem:
 
  1. Mt. Scopus (Har Ha’tzofim)
  2. Givat Ram, and
  3. Hadassah Ein Karem.
 
So what’s the difference?
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