Misrad Haklita offers additional assistance for the study of the Hebrew language. For more info please see the following document.
To view the document in Hebrew, click here.
To view a translation of the document in English, click here.
Learning Hebrew is essential to an Oleh’s integration into Israeli society. It empowers and enables you to feel comfortable both in the workplace and in social settings.
There are many resources available to assist you to gain proficiency in Hebrew.
- For a comprehensive list of Ulpan options in Israel, click here.
- Information about Ulpan options outside of Israel can be found here.
- For a further listing of resources for Hebrew study, please see http://www.hebrew-language.com.
- For a detailed list of easy-to-use list phonetic Hebrew words and phrases for a range of different items and situations, see Anglo-List.com.
Taking an Ulpan class and improving your Hebrew skills, both before and after making Aliyah, improves your marketability in the Israeli workplace and helps you integrate more successfully into Israeli society. Whether you have fairly good Hebrew or are just beginning the learning process, there are things you can start to do even if you are several years away from your target Aliyah date. This listing offers you several options for studying Hebrew, either in an Ulpan or in another learning format – for adults and children – both before and after you arrive in Israel.
Option for private Ulpan and second Ulpan. Note: You can do either first but in order to be approved for an additional Ulpan you must successfully complete the first Ulpan.
Private Ulpan is based on the voucher allotment.
If you cannot fit an Ulpan into your weekly schedule, or if there are no Ulpan courses in your area, there are many e-learning options that you can use at home. These programs offer you the opportunity to tailor your Hebrew language education to your schedule as well as your personal educational needs. If you’re just starting the process – don’t be overwhelmed! Learning Hebrew online is no different than sitting in a classroom to learn any other subject. This time the classroom happens to be virtual, making it easier for you to fit it into your schedule. The course that you are going to design for yourself progresses just like any other course; you are not expected to learn the whole syllabus on the first day. Take it slow, and remember – persistence is key!
The online educational resources that are listed below are divided by type: professional classes, online resources, video classes/podcasts and children’s resources. The websites and products are just a sample of what is now available; others can be found using the Internet.
It is important to verify, prior to beginning or committing to an Ulpan, with your Misrad Haklita coordinator whether the specific Ulpan’s costs will be covered.
Click HERE for a list of approved ulpanim in Hebrew and English.
* Last updated on November 20, 2022 *