Summer Hebrew Ulpan for University Students

Centre for Modern Hebrew Studies

invites you to

Summer Hebrew Ulpan
for University Students
Led by Mrs Rachel Williams
Language Teaching Officer at the Faculty of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies

at the

University of Cambridge
Sunday, 1st July - Friday, 13th July 2012

The course is designed for university students. It will offer the following levels: total beginners, lower intermediate and intermediate. It will consist of 3 - 4 daily hours of intensive language tuition as well as various activities, including: a visit to the Taylor-Schechter Genizah collection, a visit to the Wren Library at Trinity College, lectures on related topics, Shabbat dinner at the Chabad House, and screenings of Israeli films.
For further details, see the programme.

Prospective students may be interested in some 

Accommodation:Wolfson Court - the city annexe of Girton College
Directions & location maps:Wolfson Court - the city annexe of Girton College
 Faculty of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
Travelling to Cambridge:The Cambridge City Tourism website provides maps and full information about transport to and around Cambridge. Cambridge is an extremely difficulty city to bring a car to: parking spaces are limited and expensive, traffic in the City is very congested and restrictions abound. Parking is not permitted at the Faculty of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies. The conference organisers are unable to provide parking elsewhere for delegates' cars.

Tuition and accommodation (bed and breakfast): £500
Tuition only (without accommodation): £250
Deposit: £100 (non-refundable)
Cheques should be made payable to "University of Cambridge".
Other expenses: text book (required) £25.00, tea & coffee for the two weeks £10.00.
Also, please note that lunches and evening meals are not provided.

Application deadline: applications must be received by Wednesday, 20th June, 2012.

Rachel Williams
Ulpan Organizer
Faculty of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
Sidgwick Avenue
Cambridge, CB3 9DA
Tel: 01223-335106

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