We are proud of our Ulpan, a cultural activity of the Jewish Community of Geneva, whose goal is to teach modern Hebrew.
Our Ulpan is open to member and non- member adults alike and teaches reading, writing and conversational Hebrew – the ancestral language of the Jewish people, the primary official language of the State of Israel and a notable “lingua franca” of the Jews of the diaspora. Ulpan classes go beyond merely learning the language, but also connect with Jewish cultural heritage and the Jewish thought.
We have four levels: beginners, elementary, and intermediate, advanced.
The teacher helps to assess the student’s level.
Place: 21 av. Dumas
Length: One (1.5 hour) class a week, from September to June.