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Dvar Yerushalayim is one of the first yeshivot to cater to Jewish students just beginning their path in Torah learning

We offer carefully graded courses for students without a background in Jewish learning, and also for more advanced students who want to improve their skills in independent study. Our gifted and sensitive teachers respect the individuality of each student. Our student body is an intellectually alert Ingathering of the Exiles, drawn from colleges in many countries. The broadening of each student's awareness of Diaspora and Israeli lifestyles is a worthwhile learning experience. Interested students are trained for active participation in the Academy's community education projects.

Special Features: Classes in English, Hebrew, Russian, French; individually-tailored curricula; training in independent study; academic and personal counseling; part-time and summer courses; -Kollel and Research Department; Kiruv and Semicha program; Daily Ulpan; audio-visual programs and Distant Teaching; tours of historic sites; and college credits. We have a special one-year program, accredited by Touro and other U.S. colleges, for post high school graduates and post 6th Formers. Masa Fellowship program.

Monthly Tuition, including dorm and meals, is

 $1500/ ₤1200 / €1400 / 5,500 / C$2000,

20,000 ZAR / 1500 CHF   Scholarships are available.

Yeshiva Calendar 2018-9

Term

From Date

To Date

Winter Term

Oct. 10th, 2018

Apr. 4th, 2019

Summer Term

May 5th, 2019

Aug. 11th, 2019

Summer Program

June 13th, 2019

Aug. 11th, 2019

Summer Vacation

Aug. 12th, 2019

Sept. 1st, 2019

Fall Term

Sept. 2nd, 2019

Oct. 9th, 2019

 

Curriculum: Leading to a Diploma in Jewish Studies after a one-year course.

  • Jewish Ethics, Philosophy & Mysticism: Selections from Rambam, Chovot Halevovot, Kuzari, Maharal, Mesilat Yesharim, Derech Hashem, Michtav MeEliyahu, Chassidut, Tanya, Rabbi Zadok, Torah attitudes to Philosophy & Science.

·       Prayers: Tefilla of Weekdays, Shabbat, and Festivals, and Leading Synagogue Services

·       Chumash: Chumash with Rashi, Ramban, and Rav Hirsch

·       Tanach: The Five Megillot, Psalms, Prophets

·       Mishna: Avot, Seder Moed – Nezikin, Chulin

·       Talmud: Daf Yomi, Bava Metzia,

·       Yoma, Chulin

·       Practical Halacha: The Laws of Shabbat, Festivals, Human & Social Relationships, Civil Law & Jurisprudence, Kashrus, Marriage, Berachos & Tefilla

·       Modern Hebrew: Ulpan at three levels

·       Kiruv TrainingSemicha Course