Modi’in is one of the fastest growing and beautiful cities in Israel today. Over the course of the last two decades, Modi'in has exploded into a major modern metropolis, boasting a large diverse population (including a significant English-speaking contingent), wide array of retail businesses, a major mall, movie-theater, kosher restaurants, fitness centers, entertainment and medical facilities.
With 24 hour city security, Modi'in is considered one of the safest cities in Israel. Its central location and accessibility to public transportation makes it easy to travel throughout the center and south of Israel. Conveniently located 25km (15miles) from Jerusalem (and Tel Aviv, for that matter), Modi’in provides easy access to everywhere there is to go.
As a "planned city," Modi’in puts a myriad of recreational amenities at people’s fingertips. Sprinkled generously with parks, sports facilities (basketball, tennis), pools and indoor and outdoor gyms, Modi’in is full of meaningful and enjoyable opportunities.
Instead of common dorm life, students are provided a home to live in all year round. With staff on premises, Students live in apartments with dining and living rooms, spacious bedrooms, outdoor space and a kitchen, even though all meals are provided by our private gourmet chef.
Sharing a home and experiences of daily living, students form deep bonds with each other. At the end of a day, students can unwind with a ride on one of our bikes or on the couch with friends, playing games or sharing a cup of tea, or a laugh.
Students feel that they have a home during breaks, at night and on Shabbat. Having a home in Israel rather than a bunk in a dorm gives our students a sense of belonging and security.
24 Hour City Security
Malls and Movie Theaters
Top Medical Facilities
Pools, Gyms, Tennis
15 miles from Jerusalem
15 miles from Tel Aviv
EVERY APARTMENT HAS:
Refrigerator and Microwave
Meet our Madrikhot
Eliana Fredj grew up in Nof Ayalon, did Sherut Leumi in Bet Tzipora Center in Kiryat Malchai. She has a BA in accounting and information systems. She's currently working on an MBA at Ben Gurion University and working in the finance department at Intel. In her free time, she enjoys being with family and friends, learning and travel.
Eliana also has volunteered for a variety of educational and financial planning organizations.
Shira Lebovitz grew up in Beit Shemesh, did sherut leumi in 'Livnot U'Lehibanot' in Tzfat, and then learned in Midreshet Nishmat. She is currently studying tanach and history at Herzog college, in addition to a guiding course in the old city of Jerusalem. Shira loves nature, learning torah and connecting to people.