The main building of the Midrasha, at 50 Chabad Street, is a quaint domed and arched spacious facility in the style of 19th century Jerusalem. The building contains the airy and light Beit Midrash, a well-appointed inviting space in which Midrasha students each have a dedicated place and where the majority of learning takes place. The Beit Midrash houses an extensive reference library.
The main building also houses all of the classroom and administrative offices of the Midrasha.
Students are housed in our dormitory, a historic structure built by Baron Rothschild, centrally located in the heart of the Old City and in a series of apartments in the Jewish Quarter. The number of students in a room ranges from 2-6 depending on the location and set up of the room. In most apartments there is a moadon – common room – where the students can relax together.
Students are provided three nourishing meals daily in our recently expanded and modernized dining facility. Extra effort is made to accommodate students with special dietary needs.
The Midrasha maintains a fully equipped gym space and pleasantly appointed public areas in our recently renovated student moadon, ensuring that students can maintain a healthy body while developing their healthy minds.