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The view of Jerusalem taken from Mount Scopus near Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Photo by Rhonda Spivak.

 
Save $500 on next year’s tuition!

January 25, 2011

If you were offered an opportunity to change your life, live abroad, meet new people and travel, would you take it? If you were able to be part of history, would you?  If you could attend a university that is ranked in the top 85 of all universities, would you go? If you answered yes or maybe, have we got an offer for you!

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem beckons!  With an unparalleled selection of programs for students, it is the best option for a semester or year abroad available to Winnipeg high school graduates and university students. And it’s the most fun you will ever have.

Join over 4000 international students and study on Mt.Scopus at the Rothberg International School. A variety of courses are offered to undergraduate and graduate students in English, Spanish, Russian, Hebrew and French.  Options include:

The Freshman and Academic Gap Program, specially designed for first-year and gap year students, offers courses in Israel and Middle Eastern Studies, Religion, Brain and Behavioural Sciences and Environmental Studies.

The Government and Politics in Israel Program is also offered to outstanding Jewish high school graduates interested first-year or gap year studies, in conjunction with the Menachem Begin Heritage Centre, Israel’s memorial and research centre commemorating the legacy of this late Prime Minister.  Students study Israeli government, politics and society, Hebrew and Arabic, in a 9 month program that includes trips and extended hikes across Israel.

The Undergraduate Study Abroad Program, (formerly the One Year Program), is designed for 2nd -4th year students who can earn transferable credit while making lasting connections with classmates and Israeli friends.

The Spring in Jerusalem Honours Program, for 3rd and 4th year students, is a joint initiative of Harvard University and the Hebrew University for outstanding students looking for a unique intellectual challenge. Students experience Israel through field trips, social encounters with prominent Israelis, supervised internships, independent research projects and a variety of extracurricular activities.

Dance Jerusalem is a new program offered jointly by the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance and the Rothberg International School, combining university-level artistic training in the disciplines of Classical Ballet and Contemporary Dance Choreography, Repertoire and Improvisation with academic exposure to Israel’s social, historical and cultural environments. 

Jerusalem Sounds is a new joint initiative of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance and the Rothberg International School focussed on a full music program consisting of individual instruction, performance in small and large ensembles and classes in Jewish and Israeli music. University courses in Religious, Israel and Middle Eastern Studies, and more round out the coursework.

Art Jerusalem combined artistic training, university study and first hand exposure to Israeli society. Offered as a joint initiative from the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design and the Rothberg International School, students may choose from a wide variety of art courses in painting, sculpture, drawing and screen printing, as well as from a broad array of university courses.

Information on all programs is available from the Canadian Friends of Hebrew University office at 942 3085, or online at www.cfhu.org/students-rothberg.  All students are eligible for financial assistance, and registrations received by February 15, 2011 get a $500 discount. What are you waiting for? Make next year the year to remember - call today! And inquiries from parents and grandparents are always welcome.

 
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Rhonda Spivak, Editor

Publisher: Spivak's Jewish Review Ltd.


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