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Study Abroad

The Program in Jewish Studies encourages international study as a way to enhance knowledge of Jewish civilization. The following Smith–approved institutions all offer courses in Jewish studies.

Study Abroad Adviser: Justin Cammy

Israel

Students planning to study for a year or semester in Israel are reminded that international study guidelines state that JUD 100y Elementary Modern Hebrew, or its equivalent is required prior to departure. Students considering study in Israel should enroll in JUD 100y in their first or second year.

Students who believe they already have the equivalent of JUD 100y will be required to take a Hebrew language proficiency exam administered by the Program in Jewish Studies to determine whether they have met the requirement.

Students applying to the Arava Program for Environmental Studies only may substitute a year of Arabic in place of a year of modern Hebrew in order to fulfill Smith's language requirement.

N.B.: Special waivers are required of students electing to study in Israel. Please contact the study abroad advisor and/or the Office for International Study for more information.

Europe

Canada

Africa

Australia

Other Study Abroad Options

Students may wish to petition for permission to attend the following institutions: