Study in English for an MA Education while you teach English in Israel
The MASA Israel Teaching Fellowship (MITF) is a unique program where English-speakers from around the world come explore Israel, live within the communities, and teach English at the local schools. As a MITF participant, you’ll contribute to improving the Israeli education system and help Israeli children.
Don’t miss the unique opportunity to sign up for the MASA Israel Teaching Fellowship – a 10-months teaching internship and educational program – and start studying for a Master’s degree in Education from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Melton Centre at the same time. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is ranked among of the top 100 universities in the world and all studies are in English.
The key advantage of distance learning is its flexibility. You determine what hours of the week you study and complete assignment. More so, you may choose to lighten your study load and add another one or two relaxed semesters of online studies, which you complete after your Israel Teaching Fellowship is over. The on-campus summer semester is two weeks long in July.
- The Masa Israel Teaching Fellows is for For college graduates under the age of 35 looking to teach English in Israeli schools. (Must meet the MASA admissions requirements to qualify)
- MASA Israel Teaching Fellows receive:
- medical insurance
- monthly stipend (1,500-3,500 NIS),
- and more
Thanks to the cooperation between MASA and the Melton Centre for Jewish Education at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, students participating in the MASA Israel Teaching Fellowship (MITF) will receive a discount on the dormitories rates! Contact us below for more details.
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Download the MITF Academic brochure: Hebrew University – MA Education for MITF participants
To Contact MASA directly regarding the Israel Teaching Fellows, please leave your details here. https://www.masaisrael.org/our-programs/masters-in-education/