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Reichman University Welcomes International Students for Intensive Hebrew Summer Ulpan

On Sunday, June 30th, the Raphael Recanati International School 's summer ulpan program opened, a vibrant cultural and linguistic immersion experience. The five-week intensive course, running until August 1st, has attracted an impressive 140 students from 32 countries, highlighting the program's global appeal. This year's cohort boasts a remarkable age range, with the youngest participant at 16. The diverse group hails from across the globe, including countries from Europe, the US, the UK, Africa, as well as from Russia, Eastern Europe, Australia, New Zealand, South America, and the Philippines, creating a truly international learning environment.

This initiative wouldn't be possible without the coordination and collaboration with the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Absorption.

We wish all participants a rewarding and enriching experience as they embark on their Hebrew language journey at Reichman University.

In the photo; Hannah Carr, 16 years old from LA and a student at Shalhevet High School , a Jewish Day School in L.A, Jonathan Davis, and the Ulpan's oldest participant Dr. Raskin Stephen, a radiologist at Sheba hospital, who will be an adjunct faculty member of the new Reichman Medical School in the autumn, originally from Washington D.C.


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