Torah and Academic track

 
Torah and Academic track

Academic program which combines a place of Torah Studies with College
 
Netanya Academic College established the Heritage Center for Israel which includes: Beit Midrash, Midrasha, study rooms and a synagogue. Beit HaMidrash and the Midrasha at the College enable students who have a suitable religious background to combine academic studies with the atmosphere and teachings of Beit Midrash.
 
The Torah studies at the Beit HaMidrash will grant academic credits and scholarships which are conditioned on the full participation in the program (no multiple scholarships are available from the College).
 
Director of the program:
 
The director of the Israel Heritage Center and the Beit Midrash program is Rabbi Moshe Pinchuk.
 
Rabbi Moshe Pinchuk is a graduate of the Hesder Yeshiva “Har Etzion”. Rabbi Pinchuk is the founder of the Kollel "Torah from Zion" in Melbourne, Australia, and served as the director of the Kollel for three years. Upon his return to Israel, he founded the institute "Doresh Zion" for the study of the Jerusalem Talmud. These days he finishes his PhD studies. Rabbi Pinchuk is the rabbi of Netanya Academic College campus, and was ordained for Rabbinate by Rabbi Dr. Shlomo Fischer Shalita.
 
The manager of the Midrasha program is Mrs. Shulamith Schwartz. Mrs. Schwartz has a B.A. in the history of Israel and mathematics and Masters Degree in education administration, she is also holds a certificate for Family Counseling and for Directing Group Dynamics and is certified by the Chief Rabbinate of Israel to guide brides.
 
Admission requirements:
 
Candidates for the academic track which is combined with Beit Midrash, will learn full academic studies in one of the existing schools of the college.
1.      Meeting the academic admission requirements as required by each of the school separately (the admission requirements can be checked in the candidate information booklet).
2.      Appropriate religious background:
a.      The student conducts a religious lifestyle.
b.      Studies background:    Men - at least high school education in a Yeshiva or equivalent institute.
                                          Women - at least Ulpana education, or equivalent institute.
3.   Personal interview with the program directors (Rabbi Moshe Pinchuk, Mrs. Shulamith Schwartz)
 
After the interview stage (to be held in two or three dates only) the student will receive a notice about his/her suitability or incompatibility to the program.
 
The program is designed for students joining the Bachelor degree studies only, in one of the schools of the College.
 
Learning arrangements:
Each candidate who will be accepted to the program, will be required to learn in the Beit Midrash for Torah.
Studies will take place once a week, on Mondays:
The Beit Midrash program:    Between 17:15 - 21:30
The Midrasha program:         Between 17:15 - 19:00 (including half an hour of personal consultation)
Maximum effort will be made to adjust the schedule of this program to allow for the participation of students from all the schools.
 
The starting date of the program:
The Beit HaMidrash and the Midrasha Program are held during the college study hours and dates, and it overlaps the College's academic schedule.

For more details about each of the college schools please see the other parts of this website.
 
 
��� ����   ������