My time at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem was a very worthwhile experience. The classes were stimulating and challenging. The teachers were great. The classes moved at a fast pace and everyone seemed to have a serious approach to their learning. The size of the class allowed the teachers to provide attention to all of the students; there wasn’t one time I felt like I was being ignored.
I met people from across the world and from so many different walks of life. Each day during our lunch break students from all different courses ate in the cafeteria which made meeting people simple and easy. The age of the students ranged from 17-60. There were some really fun activities put on by the Madrichim, who were a very welcoming bunch that made settling in and feeling at home no task at all.