Yeshivot are places of study educating Jews in the laws and ways of the Torah. There are different types of Yeshivas catering to different age groups, religious movements, and ideologies. In general, the term Yeshiva is mostly associated with those institutions catering to men, while the Midrasha is a similar institution for women. Every Yeshiva differs in size and scope, but their main features are the Beit Midrash (the room in the Yeshiva where the learning takes place) and the Rebbe who heads the Yeshiva.
Aish Hatorah
International network of Jewish educational centers, offering classes designed for students with little or no religious background.
Ateret Cohanim Yeshiva
Located near the Temple Mount in Jerusalem's Old City, offering advanced textual study for men serving in the army and a Kollel program for married men.
Derech Etz Chaim
A one-year Israel learning experience in a Yeshiva located in Har-Nof, Jerusalem. With information about financial aid and contact details.
The Jewish Learning Exchange
An educational and social center for young Jews with little or no Jewish background. Offers a variety of classes, events and trips. United Kingdom.
Kollel Torah Mitzion
Program establishing learning centers for the study of Torah directed towards recent graduates of the Hesder Yeshivot.
Rabbinical College of America
Website of the Rabbinical College of America based in Morristown, New Jersey.
Review Sheets Central
Site designed for students attending the Yeshivah of Flatbush in Brooklyn, NY. It provides review sheets for upcoming tests as well as other helpful tools.
Sh'or Yoshuv Yeshiva
Brings together novices and experienced Torah scholars, Baal Teshuvas, and Yeshiva educated youth for Torah studies. Long Island, NY.
Yeshiva B'nei Torah
A center for the study of Torah that offers different levels of instruction by Rabbis.
Yeshiva of South Shore
Yeshiva for men, located on Long Island, NY.
Yeshivas Bircas HaTorah
Yeshiva located in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem, Israel.
Yeshivat Dvar Yerushalayim
Offers individually tailored Jewish studies curriculum, training in independent study, part-time courses, and an accredited overseas program.
Yeshivat Eretz HaTzvi
Institution for the study of Gemara, Halacha, and Tanach with a Centrist Orthodox orientation. Includes tiyulim and special overseas, chessed, and Kollel programs.
Yeshivat Hakotel
The Wohl Torah Center for Torah studies in the heart of the Jewish Quarter in the Old City of Jerusalem.
Yeshivat Hesder Ma'alot
Program combining intensive Jewish studies with army service in Israel's Western Galilee region. Offers an additional teacher training and overseas program.
Yeshivat Kerem B'Yavneh
Hesder Yeshiva in Israel with a program for overseas students. Displays photographs and Dvar Torahs by different Rabbis.
Yeshivat Ma'ale Gilboa
Requires 2 years of yeshiva study and 3 years of army service for post-high school graduates. Offers additional programs for overseas and post-army students.
Yeshivat Netiv Aryeh
Torah learning at the Kotel with an overseas program. The Torah online section includes shiurim in text and audio.
Yeshivat Ohr David
Provides intensive Torah learning for post-high school college oriented young men.
Yeshivat Shaalvim
Comprehensive educational community serving over 2500 students in Israel.
Yeshivat Shuvu Bonim
A Breslov Chassidic Yeshiva, learning and living according to the teachings of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov.
Yeshivat Tiferet Yerushalayim
Post-high school yeshiva combining learning with extensive programming, monthly tiyulim, and shabbatonim in various communities around Israel.
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