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Hebrew Ulpan Jerusalem Milah Institute Architecture
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Established in Jerusalem, 1996

Ulpan MILAH is home to a diverse community of new and veteran Olim, tourists, visitors and others, who seek to learn more about Israeli society and culture.


Participants at MILAH can improve and develop their Hebrew skills as well as take part in unique activities that provide exposure to the many different facets of Israeli life. In turn, the knowledge and experience gained through these activities facilitate their acclimatisation into Israeli society.


MILAH accommodates over a thousand individuals from different continents and backgrounds each year.

The goals of MILAH’s Ulpan

Female Hebrew students sitting and laughing

Encourage fluency in the Hebrew language

Hebrew students smiling together in Jerusalem

Create tolerance between diverse communities

Hebrew students smiling together at Milah's campus

Help to better understand the Israeli society

Hebrew students walking at Milah's Campus in Jerusalem

Provide the tools for opening channels of communication

Group photo of Hebrew students in Jerusalem

Develop coexistence to deepen the sense of belonging

Hebrew students in a lesson learning with books

build cooperation between people from different backgrounds

Third age Hebrew student in Jerusalem

Provide a forum for improving Hebrew skills

Hebrew teacher and Hebrew student together in Jerusalem

Acclimatizing to Israeli life

International Hebrew students entering Milah's Institute

Attract students from a range of religions and nationalities

Advanced teaching methods

Our classes are small, which guarantees personal input from the teacher and an intimate and friendly environment in the lessons.

Our experienced team of teachers is trained by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and continuously participating in tutorials and seminars during their work.

The ulpan attracts students from all parts of the world, whom all come to study in Jerusalem. This framework, which promotes tolerance and openness between many different types of people who live in Israel, is unique in its success.

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