Study Abroad at University of Haifa International School in Israel

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Students who come to the University of Haifa International School for a semester or year will have an experience they will never forget! Our wide range of special track programs and courses fulfills any student's academic interest. Courses in the International School are taught in English.

While you study at the International School, we will make every effort possible to integrate you completely into campus life. Israeli students will be enrolled in many courses you choose to take and you will also live alongside Israeli students in the campus dormitories. Students from more than 40 countries around the world come to study at the University of Haifa International School in programs that are unique in their integrated approach towards the international student. The university is an inspiring cultural mosaic, with a harmonious population of diverse cultures and students. We also offer the opportunity to integrate internships.

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There is an interesting variety of courses offered, including topics like Arab-Israeli Relations, Contemporary Arb Thought & Culture, and Israeli Literature. The classes are somewhat rigorous, but the workload is very manageable and does not require too much time studying as opposed to exploring around Israel. The staff and professors are all very nice and ready to help with any issues, or just to chat and give tips about life in Israel.
Students are able to live in on-campus dorms in either single or double rooms, in suites with a kitchen, as there is no meal plan or dining hall. The dorms are like any other typical college dorm room.
The trips organized by the International School are excellent opportunities to see Israeli sites with a great tour guide, without requiring students to spend a bunch of money to do so.
The only downside to the university is that it is perched on top of a mountain, so students have to take the bus to get anywhere off campus (markets, restaurants, the beach, etc.)