Grow With EYAHT
Inspiring Jewish women to maximize their potential


All programs and classes are temporarily discontinued for the Winter 2014/15 term.  Keep posted for future programs and events.







New Ideas, New Challenges, New Opportunities, New Building: With experienced great teachers in a program known for its excellence.

We're sure you would like to know how to get more out of the High Holidays.  The famous EYAHT Elul program offers classes on how to have a great New Year.  We provide a variety of classes, designed to answer your questions.  Students learn what 'teshuva' means, how to follow and understand the Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur prayer books and how to enjoy Jewish uniqueness.  You will learn the Rambam's famous teachings, the Yad HaChazakah, about how to do teshuva, insights into how to make the New Year a better year spiritually and how to access blessings for a sweet New Year.  All this and more in an exciting, open and warm friendly environment.  

See our Elul schedule here:

Be in touch.  We're looking forward to meeting you!

Apply by filling out an application form, email, or call 02 538 2522.


EYAHT offers full-time learning for serious and thinking women looking for intellectual stimulation and personal growth. A well-balanced course schedule provides students with the tools to integrate and apply their Torah knowledge to all aspects of their lives, and skills needed for continued independent learning. Although many students spend a semester or year in the program, EYAHT accommodates those who are able to come for shorter periods of time (a day, week or month). (This privilege is not available for a few weeks during the Elul and pre-Pesach programs—please refer to the introduction of the Application Form for specific dates. For details as to when EYAHT is not in session, please refer to semesters and vacations under "Academic Year" below.)

At EYAHT there is a strong focus on the uniqueness of the Jewish woman and her role in her family, community, and the world at large. Celebrating femininity and the strengths inherent in a woman are emphasized, as is the principle that philosophy and theory can be applied within one's day-to-day living.

EYAHT offers various levels of learning. An individualized schedule is designed for each student, depending on her skills and knowledge upon arrival. These schedules may include classes in more than one level to ensure maximal growth and development. Students may also obtain college credits for completed coursework, provided that the necessary arrangements are made upon arrival.

An introductory program is available under the auspices of the Jewish Women's Educational League. (Details can be found at Jewel4Women). JEWEL, offers classes on the meaning of prayer, women's issues, Jewish philosophy, Jewish history, holidays and mysticism, as well as tours of Israel and Shabbatons. JEWEL provides women with a deeper understanding of their heritage and prepares them for higher learning at EYAHT.

To learn more about the classes included in EYAHT's weekly schedule, please look at our Course Descriptions. For more information regarding living arrangements and other details, please click here for Practical Information.


EYAHT's wealth of experience of teaching and building amazing Jewish women is now being made available to the wider public.  A carefully crafted learning program for women of all ages and levels.  Deep, insightul and uplifting with EYAHT's dynamic teachers.  Classes are run Sundays 10am-12.50pm, Tuesdays 10am-12.50pm and Thursdays 9.30am-2pm. For more information, contact 02 538-2522 or email

Please call before you come to ensure the schedule is running as advertised.  

Schedule of classes:


10:00 - 10:50  Topics: "Everything You Ever Wanted to Know..."

                       Mrs Rochel Schonberg


11:10 - 12:00  Parsha: "Stories on the Parsha with Selected Rashi"

                       Rebbetzin Miriam Gross


12:00 - 12:50  "The Famous Gateshead Shiurim of Rabbi Mordechai Miller"

                        brought to life by his daughter, Mrs. Faigy Ben-Shalom



10:00 - 10:50  Tefilla:  "Exalting Our Prayers"

                        Mrs. Sara Rivka Rubinfeld


11:00 - 12:00   Halacha:  "The Fine Art of Serving G-d"

                        Rabbi Chaim Morgenstern


12:00 - 12:50  "Shalom Bayis, Shalom Olam: How Jewish Women bring Shalom to the World"

                         (for marrieds and those who want to be)

                         Rebbetzin Nechama Karlinsky



9:30 - 10.20  Alei Shur:  "Life Lessons from Rabbi Shomo Wolbe of blessed memory"

                    Mrs. Hanna Ovadia


10:30 - 11:10  "A Chumash Spectacular through the Eyes of the Midrash"

                       Rabbi Zev Leff


11:00 - 12:30  "Tapping Into the Holiness of Shabbos"

                         Rebbetzin Denah Weinberg, 

                         Dean of EYAHT and wife of Rabbi Noah Weinberg of blessed memory


12:45 - 2:05  "Living with the Parsha Is Living with the Times"

                        Mrs. Chava Koenig


Cost: 25 shekels/class or 20% discount for multiple class registration  

Location: 20 Imrei Bina (go down to the first floor) or Doresh Tov 9 (up 1.5 flights)

 Kiryat Sanz neighborhood, Jerusalem

Accessible by bus routes 3, 9, 51, 52, 57, 59

Questions, call: 02-538-2522 ext: 0

Classes start on time, please be prompt.




The EYAHT Experience is a brand new tailor-made short-term program for Jewish college age students and young professionals who want a taste of EYAHT's outstanding classes.  For a minimum of 5 people.  For more details, contact EYAHT 02 538 2522 or

Academic Year for full-time students:

The academic year begins in August/September (Elul). There are breaks scheduled around the Jewish holidays as well as organized trips at various points during the year.

The academic year is divided into three semesters of learning to provide a focus on the holidays which fall into each period. In addition, several weeks preceding each holiday are dedicated to spiritual preparation and learning how to put technical observance into practice. Students learn about the customs related to the holidays, the additional prayers and their meaning, and laws relating to each celebration. This special preparation time provides students with the ability to truly experience each holiday with an intellectual understanding of its meaning and an emotional connection to its holiness.

The semesters and holiday focus are:
Preparation for the High Holidays
Chanukah, Purim and Pesach
April-August (Iyar-Av):
Shavuot and Tisha B'Av.



Students who enroll in the fall/winter semester must arrive before Rosh Chodesh Adar.

Daily Schedule  
Sunday, Monday, Wednesday 8:15am-9:00am class (depending on level)
9:00am-1:50pm classes
Lunch break
5:00pm-9:00pm classes (free evening for level 2B on Sunday)
Tuesday, Thursday 8:15am-9:00am class (depending on level)
9:00am-1:50pm classes
Free afternoon
Friday & Shabbat No classes. Students may visit relatives or friends, make their own Shabbat placements or have home-hospitality arranged by EYAHT. From time to time, Shabbatons are held in EYAHT or in other locations.
Private tutorials can be arranged during lunch breaks or other free time for students who are wish to undertake additional learning.

  Semester and Vacation Schedule:

Semester/ Vacation



Chanuka break

Sunday, December 1, 2013

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Classes resume

Sunday, December 8, 2013


Pesach Holiday break

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Summer semester

Monday, May 5, 2014

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Summer break

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Tuesday,  August 26, 2014

Winter/Fall semester



Succos holiday break