During the regular fall semester, Nativers select classes from the wide range of engaging and challenging courses offered by Hebrew University. All classes are held at the Rothberg International School, which is located at the Mount Scopus Campus of Hebrew University . Students can register for courses in Jewish, Israel, religious, or Middle East studies, as well as general studies courses from the One-Year and Freshman Year programs (12-16 credit hours). Each Nativer also enrolls in a six to eight hour Ulpan (Hebrew language study), placed by level, to improve Hebrew reading, writing, and speaking skills. Nativ participants who meet the Hebrew requirements may take courses taught in Hebrew.