The Centre for Modern Hebrew Studies
invites you to participate in a
Summer Modern Hebrew Ulpan (intensive immersion course) hosted byThe Faculty of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
University of Cambridge
Monday, 2nd July – Friday, 13th July, 2018
with orientation on Sunday, 1st July
The course is designed for university students, but open to others as well. We aim to offer three levels, beginning, intermediate, and advanced, though actual levels offered will depend on participant demand. The programme will consist of 3–4 daily hours of intensive language tuition supplemented by various afternoon activities, including (but not limited to) visits to the Taylor-Schechter Genizah collection and the Wren Library at Trinity College, lectures on related topics, screenings of Israeli films, and—weather permitting—punting on the River Cam.
Details of a previous programme (to be updated at a later date).
Tuition fee for the Ulpan (excluding accommodation): £500 (students should enquire about discounts/financial aid, by writing directly to Dr Aaron Hornkohl, University Teaching Officer in Hebrew)
Accommodation in college:
Room with shared facilities (excluding breakfast): £480 + VAT
Room with en suite (excluding breakfast): £576 + VAT
Room with shared facilities with breakfast: £553 + VAT
Room with en suite with breakfast: £674 + VAT
Please note that lunches and evening meals, though available in the college, are not covered in the above figures, but must be purchased directly.
Deposit: £100 (refundable)
Cheques should be made payable to “University of Cambridge”.
Application deadline: applications must be received by Friday, 1st June, 2018.