We are happy to announce that the application for the Summer Ulpan in Krakow is now open.
The Ulpan starts on the 9th of August with a cultural part in Krakow (with lectures in English and tours about culture and history of Jews in Krakow and about Israel). The cultural part ends on the 12th of August in the evening. The first week is about 24 academic hours. The participation in person in the cultural part is NOT OBLIGATORY. Please note that the accommodation in Krakow and the travel expenses ARE NOT covered by the organizers.
Online Hebrew course starts on the 16th of August and ends on the 26th of August. The final exam is on the 27th of August. This part is held online, via ZOOM Platform and it is free of charge. Links to online meetings will be sent out to students before the start of the Ulpan. Classes will be held from Monday to Friday and they will start in the morning (9:00 am at the earliest) and end in the afternoon (no later than 5:00 pm). This part is 48 academic hours of regular classes and may be broaden by additional hours of individual advice. In total, the three weeks of the Summer Ulpan are 76 academic hours.
Below is a list of documents necessary in the application process:
1. Application Form (please send a completed and signed scan of the document).
2. Your CV (1-2 pages)
3. Motivation Letter (1-2 pages)
4. Transcript of the grades from Hebrew course (only for students; not obligatory)
Please note: send all documents by July 15 to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that we will also need a signed paper version of the Application Form, so if you are going to Krakow for the first part of the Summer Ulpan, take the paper version with you. If not, please send the completed and signed hard copy by traditional mail to the following address:
Institute of Jewish Studies
ul. Józefa 19
with the note "Ulpan".
The application lasts until July 15. Please be advised that the number of places is limited and the order of applications decides.
Good luck and see you in Krakow!