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Admissions Office

Ilana Scheiner
Executive Director
15 Old Pond Road
Great Neck, N.Y. 11023
516-829-3120
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Rav Dani Bader
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Rav Natan Schwartz
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Rav Mark Mays
United Kingdom
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Rav Yaacov Darmoni
Sephardic Program
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Application

The application form can be filled out online here. For questions about the application process please contact Ilana Scheiner 516-829-3120 .

MASA Application

YU joint Israel program

Landers Joint Israel program (Download Contract to participate in the Touro College Israel Option Letter)

Financing your year in Israel: Scholarships are available on a need-based basis only. The NY admissions office can offer guidance as to which documents are necessary in order to process your requests, and when they are due. All requests for scholarship must be in writing and should be sent to Ilana Scheiner (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). Requests are processed with menchlachkeit and discretion.

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YU's Self Assessment Process

In partnership with the Azrieli Graduate School and the Institute for University-School Partnership

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In order to assure continuing excellence of the overall education provided by S. Daniel Abraham Israel Program member Yeshivot, YU has designed and conducts an assessment process which allows Yeshivot and Seminaries to explore and build on their strengths while at the same time identifying areas for enhancement. In partnership with the Azrieli Graduate School and the Institute for University-School Partnership, a survey instrument was introduced to these schools and they have each independently initiated their own self assessment process based on a comprehensive questionnaire and a rubric with measurable criteria and guidelines. Each school tailored the process to maximize the utility for them as an institution and as educators.

The self assessment process includes a comprehensive site visit to the Israel school. The site visits usually involve one to two days in each school interviewing staff, faculty and students; sitting in on classes and observing the day's activities. Led by Dr. Scott Goldberg, Director of the Institute for University-School Partnership and Dr. Hillel Davis, Vice President for University Life, other YU representatives, an Israeli based educator who YU and the school jointly select, this process assures that our mutual students are receiving the very best quality education on an ongoing basis.



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MASA enables thousands of Jewish youth to spend a semester or a year in Israel in any of over 160 programs, helping them build a life-long relationship with Israel and a firm commitment to Jewish life.

Since 2003, MASA has been a catalyst in the developing new and exciting, quality programs which express the multi-faceted experience of Israel.

Apply for MASA Funding Online