Middlebury College and Brandeis University have announced the establishment of the Brandeis University-Middlebury School of Hebrew, which will open in the summer of 2008 as the tenth language school at Middlebury's Vermont campus. The curriculum of the seven-week session will focus on modern
Hebrew, and enrolled students will adhere to the Middlebury College Language Pledge, a formal commitment to speak the language of study and no other for the entire summer session. The school will also offer optional coursework for qualified students interested in developing their linguistic skills in classical Hebrew.
There are also several full scholarships available for the summer of 2008 for the study of Hebrew please go to
http://www.middlebury.edu/academics/ls/applications/kwd.htm for more information.
Jamie G. Northrup
Dir. of Inst. Collaboration & Marketing
Language Schools & Schools Abroad
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