Hebrew Language Instruction
The Division of Hebrew Language Instruction offers modern Hebrew language courses on all levels. Since its establishment in 1965, the number of students studying in the Division has risen to about 2,500 annually, making the Rothberg International School the largest academic institution in the world for the study of Hebrew.
Hebrew language is taught by a highly professional and experienced staff. Emphasis is placed on internalizing the language and practical usage. Teaching methods range from traditional classroom instruction and conversation practice to language laboratory sessions that utilize audio and video cassettes, computers and new multimedia educational aids.
The School offers intensive Modern Hebrew language courses during the summer and winter (Ulpanim) as well as Hebrew language courses and electives during the academic year. The Division also runs a center for training teachers of Hebrew as a second language.