August 21, 2019
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Study Abroad in Israel

Israel is located in the Middle East, on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea. It is the world’s only Jewish-majority state which draws some to study abroad in Israel. Religious tourism is a large industry in Israel and is popular due to the country’s temperate climate, beaches and archaeological and historical sites. It also has the highest number of museums per capita in the world, another reason that 3,000 American students will study abroad in Israel each year.

Below you will find our list of Study Abroad programs in Israel. It is an index to international education in Israel listing university level study abroad, internships, volunteer and intensive language school programs oriented to American college and university students. Some pre-college and post-graduate options are also included. We invite you to read the student reviews, see the ratings scores and use this site to compare programs and understand what other students have encountered during their education abroad.

Top Cities to Study Abroad

1. Haifa 126 reviews
2. Jerusalem 92 reviews
3. Tel Aviv 71 reviews
4. Negev 24 reviews
5. Beer Sheba 16 reviews
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Study Abroad in Israel - Featured Programs

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Study Abroad Reviews for UC San Diego Global Seminars: Jerusalem - Israel the Start-Up Nation
UC San Diego Global Seminars: Jerusalem - Israel the Start-Up Nation

Jerusalem, one of the most fascinating cities on earth, provides an ideal setting for students to gain an in-depth understanding of the complexities of Israel’s history, p...

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Study Abroad Reviews for Intensive Arabic Semester: Givat Haviva - Beginners and Advanced Summer Courses in Spoken Arabic
Intensive Arabic Semester: Givat Haviva - Beginners and Advanced Summer Courses in Spoken Arabic

Every year Givat Haviva offers a six weeks summer courses (beginners and advanced) July-August. The summer courses focus on the spoken Arabic (Palestinian dialect). During...

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Study Abroad Reviews for The New York Times Student Journey: Jerusalem & Amman - Israel and Jordan: Conflict and Peace
The New York Times Student Journey: Jerusalem & Amman - Israel and Jordan: Conflict and Peace

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has ignited impassioned debate for more than a century. Delve into perspectives on all sides of this enduring and deeply personal conflict...

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Study Abroad Reviews for iei Media: The Jerusalem Project - Summer Program in Media Studies
iei Media: The Jerusalem Project - Summer Program in Media Studies

Jerusalem is one of the oldest cities in the world, settled more than 5,000 years ago, according to Ancient History Encyclopedia. The city is holy to three of the world’s ...

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Study Abroad Reviews for Kibbutz Lotan Center for Ecology: The Green Apprenticeship
Kibbutz Lotan Center for Ecology: The Green Apprenticeship

Join us for a 4 week practical training program in hand-on sustainable engineering, systems design and cooperative living. We’ll be learning about designing, building and ...

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