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MJI Study Abroad Participating Schools

In addition to recognizing accredited colleges and universities abroad and throughout Israel, Michigan Jewish Institute routinely evaluates schools offering a religious learning environment to assure students that the Study Abroad program will meet both their religious and academic requirements.  MJI executive staff work with potential host schools to sign articulation agreements.  MJI maintains a roster of approved host schools.  The following is a partial list of approved programs:

Australia

Ohel Chana

Sydney Seminary

Canada

Chaya Mushka Seminary

BMC Seminary

Rabbinical College Yeshiva Tomchei Tmimim

Israel

Afikei Torah

Ateres Bnos Yerushalayim

Baer Miriam Seminary

Bais Chana Tzfas 

Bais Rivkah

Bais Yaakov Yerushalayim

Bar Ilan University

Bnos Yaakov Yerushalayim

Bnot Torah Institute

Chassidic Rabbinical College

Darchei Bina Seminary

Derech Ohr Somayach

Hadar Bais Yaakov

Heichal Lubavitch

Leadership Yeshiva Academy

Machon Bais Yaacov

Machon Bnos Yehuda 

Machon Geula Seminary

Machon Miriam Seminary

Machon Sara Schnirer (BJJ)

Mayanot Institute

Mesilos Bais Yaacov

Midreshet Harova

Midreshet Rachel

Nachlas Har Chabad

Netsach

P'ninim Seminar Yerushalayim

Pnimiyut

Seminary Chaya Mushka (Machon Alte) 

Seminary Yerushalayim

Shaalavim

Shoshanas Yerushalayim

Shoshanim Seminary

Tiferes Bnos Yaakov

Yeshiva Ner Yaacov

Yeshiva Or Dovid

Yeshiva Shaarey Yerushalayim

Yeshiva Tiferet Yerushalayim

Yeshivat Ohr Yerushalayim

Yeshivat Sha'alvim

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