The Yeshiva will be”h be starting Elul Zman on September 3rd – Tuesday night. Orientation will begin at 8PM.
To those who are registered, the dorms will be open Sunday September 1st.
(For Elul Zman 2018)
We recommend buying all Sefarim Hebrew and English here in Israel. Preferably in Yerushalayim ( more English variety)or in Kiryat Sefer ( less English variety) near the Yeshiva.
Yeshivas Travel Agent
(718) 677 – 5500 Sol@ronatravel.com
It is mandatory that every student joins a local health plan. Even if a student has international insurance they will need to purchase health insurance in Israel. It will ensure that your son is cared for in the most effective, cost-efficient, and timely manner. No student may arrive without local insurance.
Suggested Health Insurance Provider
You send your children overseas to nourish their souls. Who takes responsibility for their physical well-being?
The post-high school year in in Israel can be a life-altering experience. Living in a new country with a foreign culture demands maturity and responsibility, giving young adults a chance to learn to cope on their own. But some things can’t be left to the learning curve.
Bewildered by an unfamiliar and complex medical system, many students neglect their health while in Israel. True, students can sign on to some sort of private health care plan. However these plans most often do not provide the coverage necessary for anything above the basic sore throat or stomach ache. A student in Israel will receive the most health care benefits by joining an Israeli health plan (Kupat Cholim) which will offer the optimal combination of services and coverage available to a non-citizen.
MSG was established to guarantee that no student would be left without the best medical care and guidance possible.
Here at MSG experience & quality of service are everything. All the staff of the MSG chaperone team have years of experience in medicine and years of experience dealing with Israeli bureaucracy, We speak English and Hebrew, and understands the world of a yeshivah boy or seminary girl. This allows for a trusting relationship between MSG members and MSG staff, because our clients know they’ll be taken care of in the most respectful, discreet, and professional manner.
Passports and Visas
It is vital that to let the office know if your son falls in the above category.
THERE ARE 2 OPTIONS YOU CAN CHOOSE FROM EITHER AMIGO OR CELLULAR ISRAEL
FOR CELLULR ISRAEL CLICK HERE
Please complete your order well before you come so they can be ready for your arrival.
Linen and Bedding
Each student must bring his own towels, bedding, and linen. It is advisable to bring a warm blanket, as it can get very cold in the winter.
There are a few companies that provides blankets and sheets for a reasonable price to lessen your luggage load if you so desire. You can find out more information on their websites provided below.
There are regular “in-Shabbosim”. On “out-Shabbosim” the Yeshiva remains open providing meals to any bochur who would like to stay.
Occasionally the Yeshiva goes on tiyulim especially during the Bein Hazmanim. In addition, the Yeshiva periodically spends Shabbosim together in locations throughout Eretz Yisroel. Please note that students share of the cost. Prices and number of trips will vary from year to year.
Computers and E-mail
The Yeshiva will provide access to computers where students can check their e-mail accounts. Yeshiva policy absolutely prohibits personal laptop computers, DVD’s, PSP’s, Ipods, Ipads, tablets, smart phones or any other device with internet or movie-playing capability. Our goal is to create an environment conducive to personal growth in תורה and all areas of “עבודת ה . We all know the detriment these items can have on a talmid’s growth and express our appreciation for your cooperation on this matter.
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE EMAIL RABBI VERON, COLLEGE COORDINATOR AT COLLEGE@YESHIVASMATISYAHU.ORG