Study in Israel

Study in Israel


Study in Israel LLC specializes in helping students from all over the world find academic programs taught in English in Israel. We act as the English-Speaking admissions and student-support center for select programs at educational institutions such as: Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Ben-Gurion University Eilat, Bar-Ilan University, College of Law and Business (CLB), Lirom Language Center, MDA and more!

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Masters in Jewish Education course in Jerusalem
Study in Israel
  • Master
  • Blended in Jerusalem (Israel)
  • 1 Year

...where you will be asked to submit in English your CV/resume showing your experience and a scan of your academic transcripts. Spring Semester – Online Curriculum... Learn about: Social Theory, Religious Studies, Jewish texts... More

£ 12,057
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Teachers and trainers (3)

Dr Michael Gilis
Dr Michael Gilis
Lecturer: Ethics and Jewish Education in the Thought of Emmanuel Levin

Dr. Howard  Deitcher
Dr. Howard Deitcher
Faculty member at the Melton Centre for Jewish Education

Dr. Howard Deitcher is a faculty member at the Melton Centre for Jewish Education and its former director. He is currently directing educational projects in 5 countries worldwide and is a member of a team that recently received a grant from the Covenant Foundation to produce a Bible Education program integrating a Philosophy for Children Approach for Jewish Schools in the USA. He is writing a children's book on “Questions about God and the Meaning of Life”, and is also researching "Questions of Jewish Spirituality in Children's Lives.”

Dr. Jonathan Mirvis
Dr. Jonathan Mirvis
Senior lecturer at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Dr. Mirvis is a senior lecturer at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is Hebrew University's foremost academic specialist in social entrepreneurship, social innovation and adult Jewish education. He lectures to graduate students and conducts research on these subjects at the Melton Centre for Jewish Education, The School of Social Works Program in Non-Profit Management, and the Business School's MBA Program. In 2004 he received the Kaye Innovation Award for his development of the social franchise model. See sis book: "Our Challenge" on Jewish Education in the Diaspora