Ulpan Etzion Ramla

Ulpan Etzion Ramle students study Hebrew intesivelyThe Jewish Agency for Israel ©, Leon Levitas

Interested in combining studying Hebrew with staying fit? Ulpan Etzion Ramla offers free entrance at Ramla’s swimming pool and gym.

Ulpan Etzion is an intensive Hebrew learning program designed specifically for young immigrants who hold college degrees. 
Ulpan Etzion Ramla partners with a local municipal center to provide assistance in career counseling and give you the chance to meet Israelis your own age. The program places an emphasis on encouraging volunteer activities and will connect you with an “adoptive” Israeli family to make you feel at home. 
Registration at Ulpan Etzion Ramla entitles you to free entrance at Ramla’s swimming pool and gym and free entrance to the city’s sporting events.
Ramla is a sizable city in Israel’s central region, between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. It is a diverse city with a large number of immigrants. In the past it has struggled economically, but is currently in the process of dynamic improvements. This is an exciting time to live in Ramla.
Ulpan students live in Kiryat Menachem, one of Ramla’s best neighborhoods, in apartments of four or five rooms, with one student in each room. The apartments each include a kitchenette, bathroom, basic furnishings, and internet connection. 
  1. Available for college graduates aged 22-35.
  2. Admission for all off-campus students, of any family status, is on a case-by-case basis.
  3. On-campus accommodation is available to singles and married couples without children.
The five month course begins in February and September.
850 NIS per month includes rent, utilities and internet. Tuition is free for all students. 
Please contact Roman Feldstein romanp@ramla.muni.il for an eligibility and placement test.


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21 Aug 2013 / 15 Elul 5773