In July and August the Study Abroad Program at the International School of the University of Haifa offers month-long programs for students and adult learners from all over the world. Each four week academic or language course allows students to benefit from the unique cultural diversity that the University and the city of Haifa offer.
The Intensive Hebrew Summer Ulpan brings students from over 40 countries to the University of Haifa to study Hebrew in one of the most effective language learning programs in Israel. The Ulpan is designed for those who want to immerse themselves in an intensive language acquisition experience that is personally enriching as well as academically demanding.
The course focuses on acquiring vocabulary and grammar skills using everyday topics and daily situations. It equips learners with the essential skills needed to communicate confidently and effectively in Levantine Arabic in a broad range of situations.
The University of Haifa sees this academic tour as an opportunity to expose faculty and students from leading Chinese universities to the excellence and vitality that is offered here in the city of Haifa. Through this course, the students will become empowered as young global leaders and entrepreneurs.
This course will discuss the geologic processes that have shaped the Mediterranean. Topics covered will include the formation of the Eastern Mediterranean, geophysics of the Levantine continental shelf, biological oceanography of the Eastern Mediterranean and the ecology of unique habitats such as the rocky vermitid reefs, deep corals and gas seeps.
Hello! My name is Hodya Zaitelbach and I am a Recruitment Coordinator for the UHIS undergraduate study abroad programming. If you have additional questions, I would be happy to coordinate a conversation with you at your convenience.
Israel and North America currently constitute the two leading centers of Jewish demography, identity and existence. Broadly speaking, they represent the two major Jewish responses to modernity – Zionism as a form of modern nationalism on the one hand, and integration into a liberal western society and body politic on the other. The aim of this course is to learn more about the emergence of these two centers, and then explore the past, present and future of their relations.
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