|University of Haifa
|University of Haifa International School
|Stand-alone and direct enrollment; participants take classes with local and international students
|Located less than 60 miles north of Tel Aviv, Haifa is the largest city in northern Israel and the third-largest in the country.
|English, Hebrew and Arabic
|Fields of Study
|Hebrew and Arabic language and culture; Jewish studies; social sciences; Middle Eastern studies
|Students take courses to equal 15–16 U.S. credits. Participants who are proficient in Hebrew may enroll in all courses taught in the various other departments at the university, provided they meet the prerequisites of the course. Engineering majors may take up to two English-taught courses at the nearby Technion Israel Institute of Technology. This will require 20–30 minutes of commute to and from the Technion.
|Students live in on-campus dorms.
|Fall (late July to early Jan.); spring (mid Jan. to early June)
|Did You Know
|Haifa has a mixed population of Jewish (90 percent) and Arab (predominantly Christian) residents.