Midreshet HaRova strives to treat all students as individuals in an environment in which each student can maximize her potential. While we hope that the values of Torah and Israel will be central to our students’ lives, we aim to teach them not what to think but rather how to think.
The Midrasha draws students who are highly motivated and looking for is a highly motivated young woman looking for an intensive, high-level program in a strongly Zionist environment.
The international character of the student body, which, over the years, has included students from the United Kingdom, Canada, the United States, Belgium, Italy, Argentina, Switzerland, Australia, South Africa, Israel and more, attracts young women who are interested in interacting with people from different backgrounds and are seeking a less homogeneous atmosphere. The open intellectual environment, combined with the wide variety of faculty is particularly attractive to the creative student interested in exploring a range of ideas and approaches. Owing to the international nature of the students, classes are offered in English and Hebrew, with overseas students encouraged in participating, to the best of their ability, in classes taught in Hebrew.
The Israeli Component
Students are encouraged to experience Israel to the fullest, whether during Midrasha events and tiyulim, participating in weekly chevrutot or being hosted by their Israeli peers. Programs focusing on current events and the political situation in Israel are a regular part of the informal education program.