All the information about Ulpan programs and Hebrew studies in Israel
Second chance Ulpan Program is designed for immigrants who came to Israel in the years 1989-1997 and have not
completed their Hebrew language studies, for any reason.
In addition to children and youth classes in regular Ulpanim, there is a special Ulpan for ages 10-18 operated by the Municipality of Jerusalem. Studies include not only Hebrew language but also various enrichment studies and social and cultural activities, in order to enable a smooth transition to a regular school.
Ulpan Etzion in Jerusalem is the ideal combination between an Ulpan and an absorption center.
It offers accommodations in a pastoral location, yet with lively student atmosphere, as well as intensive
Hebrew courses, cultural and recreational activities, and consulting on absorption in Israel.
The Kibbutz Ulpan, one of the most successful Aliyah program, is a five-month program for young adults (aged 17-28)
combining intensive Hebrew language courses with working and living in a kibbutz.
The Ministry of Immigrant Absorption operates a number of