Explore the breadth and depth of Jewish experience, from classes to Shabbat retreats to volunteering and travel around Israel. Join over 35,000 Neve alumnae around the world on the adventure of a lifetime. 


Neve offers introductory, intermediate, and advanced study programs that last from one week to two years. Students are encouraged to explore the full range of the Jewish experience, including classes, Shabbat retreats, volunteering, and travel. We welcome students to come for as long as they choose. There are five levels of study. Upon acceptance to the school, you will be assigned a level of study that fits your needs. Students can later move on to more advanced levels of study. Read on to learn more about each program level.

Admission Requirements
  1. Neve accepts students aged 20-33.
  2. Jewish Studies Background:
    The Mechina level is for Jewish women who do not yet know the basics of Judaism, who feel they have a beginner’s level of knowledge, or who would enjoy a general refresher of the foundations of Judaism. Jewish women with no knowledge of their heritage are welcome and will be supported along their journey by teachers and mentors. All other program levels are for Jewish women with an intermediate level of knowledge.
  3. Country of Origin: Students are accepted from any country, provided they are fluent in English.
  4. Health requirements: Good emotional and physical health is required. Women with physical disabilities are encouraged to apply, but details about the campus should be discussed prior to arrival to ensure that requirements can be comfortably met.
  5. Housing: Students live in furnished dormitories located on the Neve Campus. If a student chooses to reside off-campus, the room fee will be deducted from the cost of tuition.
Costs and Financial Aid
Students who are unable to pay the cost of a Neve education should first investigate the possibility of receiving monetary support from their local Jewish federations, synagogues, youth groups, or other organizations that offer scholarships for study in Israel. If the student is still unable to fully fund her education, she may apply for financial assistance. The school will send a Financial Assistance Request Form on which the student can document her economic hardship. Neve will never turn away a qualified student who requires financial support.
Can I Use My Neve Courses as College Credits?

Students must study at Neve for a minimum of four weeks in order to be eligible to earn college credit. Many colleges and universities accept Neve courses for credit. It is important that the student consult the registrar of the home college she is attending, or plans to attend, to understand their college policy. A transcript for courses successfully completed at Neve will be issued upon request. The fee for each transcript is $10.00 USD and this can be paid by credit card. Note that once the request is received, it takes approximately a month to process a transcript.

Please click here to download a Transcript Request Form in PDF format. Adobe Reader 8 or above required in order to open the file.

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It costs $2,500 USD per month to send a Jewish woman to Neve College. Consider providing a scholarship to a student who is unable to pay to attend. You can make an immediate difference in her future.