International projects of our partners
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MILI - one-year study programme for Russian-speaking educational coordinators in Israel
Midreshet Yerushalayim, the institute for education in Russian at the Schechter Institute in Jerusalem, now offers a training course in Russian. In this course, participants acquire profound knowledge about Jewish history, culture and religion. At the same time, it is a practical training for the educational work in the communities. This course is in Russian, Hebrew classes are part of the programme.
If there are young Russian-speaking members of your community, who would like to spend a year in Israel and are motivated to go through a very unique learning experience, don't hesitate to let them know!
in Russian, here you find an application form in Russian
Hemshech is a new project of MAROM Olami. Jewish students with a university degree have the possibility to live, learn and work in Israel for one year. Hemshech is part of the Masa programme (hebrew for "journey"), initiated by the Israeli government and the Jewish Agency for Israel. Hemshech offers three options:
- one-year studies at the Conservative Yeshiva (see below)
- one-year studies at the Rothberg International School of the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem
- one-year internship organised by the Professional Internship Programme.
This programme started in 2005. It is possible to apply for a scholarship.
The Conservative Yeshiva offers the possibility for men and women to study traditional jewish texts during one year in Israel.
There are several possibilities:
- stay in the framework of the Hemshech programme (see above)
- yearly summer programme in Jerusalem
- individual stays
The studies take place in an egalitarian, open, warm jewish surrounding and give the participants the unique opportunity to live jewish life in Jerusalem and Israel.
It is the goal of Paideia, the European Institute for Jewish Studies in Sweden, to create the intellectural basis for a Renaissance of a European Jewish Culture.
By offering yearly, monthly and weekly programmes, Paideia educates leaders for Europe - academicians, artists and community activists - towards fluency in the Jewish textual sources that have served as the wellsprings of Jewish civilization.