Ulpan

NEED A REAL PUSH TOWARDS FLUENCY IN HEBREW?

JOIN OUR

SUMMER ULPAN
INTENSIVE EVENING SUMMER COURSE

 

Price : £342 Teacher : Nitza Spiro

Early Bird Offer for our Ulpan!

Early Bird Offer, 10% off, if you register for your summer Ulpan course now. You will be given 10% off – offer open until the end of May. Hurry with your registration!

 

Venue: Central Synagogue
36-40 Hallam St, Marylebone, London W1W 6NW

1st-16th August, 2018

Week 1

Wed 1 Aug – Wed 8 Aug

Week 2

Thurs 9 Aug – Thurs 16 Aug

FULL COURSE ( 2 weeks) : £380                                ONE WEEK: £210

The price includes learning materials and refreshments.

6.30pm – Assembly (inspirational Hebrew get-together)

6.45pm – Class begins

9.45pm – Class ends

Note: In exceptional cases joining for one week may be possible; in the case of total beginners, this will only be possible when joining Week 1.

Depending on numbers of students interested, we are happy to deliver an additional Ulpan week at an additional cost of £200 per week.

 

 

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