Academic Courses

Israel by Design gives you the chance to spend a semester at one of Israel’s top universities or learning at a Yeshiva or Seminary. You can complete your academic degree, or take a class in a completely new field. You might be interested in learning a new language, studying philosophy, international affairs or management, or even studying something unique to the land of Israel. Tell us what interests you, and the Israel by Design team will arrange it for you.

You can enroll in both year round and summer classes in Israel’s leading academic institutions.

Universities include:

  • Hebrew University in Jerusalem
  • Tel Aviv University
  • Technion in Haifa
  • IDC Herzaliyah

Course Options

*Here are just a few of the many academic course options you can add to your program:

  • Preparatory courses for TOEFL, LSAT, GMAT, MCAT and the GRE… etc.
  • Business
  • Marketing
  • Graphic design
  • Hebrew and Jewish studies
  • Intensive Jewish learning at a Yeshiva of any denomination
  • Environmental engineering classes
  • Politics, Diplomacy and Counter-Terrorism
  • Sustainability in the desert
  • Alternative energies
  • Alternative medicine

*As always, these are just a few examples of the many options we offer, to get you thinking about what kind of academic course might interest you. Our Israel by Design team will do their very best to find exactly the right course in the right location and at the right time for you. Not all academic courses will be available everywhere.

Important Notes

  • You will need to apply to and be accepted by the university in Israel in which you would like to enroll in order for you to add academic courses. If you would like to add academic courses, please  let us know and we will send you the links to apply to the university of your choice directly.
  • Some institutions have specific requirements for acceptance into specific courses. The Israel By Design staff will advise you of these.
  • Most courses are available in English, however some may only be available in Hebrew.