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London School of Jewish Studies is a world-class centre of Jewish scholarship and teaching that inspires our community with a lifelong love of Jewish learning and practice. We provide courses and events, degree courses, teacher training and online digital content.

21/06/2018 13:00-14:00
The Midrasha - Parshat...
Lindsay Simmonds
24/06/2018 08:30-10:30
The LSJS Bet Midrash for Men
Rabbi Eliezer Zobin
25/06/2018 09:30-12:30
The Midrasha - Monday Morning...
Rebbetzen Lauren Levin
25/06/2018 10:00-12:00
The LSJS Ulpan: Bet 1b
Daphna Witzum
25/06/2018 10:00-12:00
Modern Jewish Literature:...
25/06/2018 13:00-15:00
The LSJS Ulpan: Aleph 1...
Daphna Witzum
25/06/2018 20:00-22:00
The LSJS Ulpan: Total...
Emma Gould
25/06/2018 20:00-21:30
Levinas and Russian...
Dr Tamra Wright
25/06/2018 20:30-21:45
Maimonides on Spiritual and...
Rabbi Joseph Dweck
LSJS offers a variety of different degrees in Jewish education. All are quality assured by Middlesex University or King's College London.

4 years, part-time

BA (Hons) Jewish Education

In partnership with Middlesex University

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2 years, part-time

MA Jewish Education

In partnership with Middlesex University

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1 year, full-time / 2 years, part-time

MA Religious Studies (Jewish Studies pathway)

In partnership with King's College London

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The Jewish Teacher Training Partnership (JTTP) is the only government approved provider of teacher training in the Jewish Community.

1 year, full-time

SCITT - School Centred Initial Teacher Training (Primary)

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1 year, full-time

School Direct
(Primary or Secondary)

Find out more now (Primary)
Find out more now (Secondary)

4 years, part-time

Rabbinic Training Programme

London Montefiore Semicha Programme

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Welcome from the Dean
Rabbi Dr Raphael Zarum

News

31st May 2018

Learning from my Students: Re-thinking Levinas after Thirty Years

“Rabbi Hanina said: I have learned much from my teachers and even more from my friends, but from my students I have learned more than from all of them.” (Taanit 7a)

One of the most interesting books I have read this year is George’s Vaillant’s 'Aging Well', which draws on the Harvard Grant Study, begun in 1921, and other projects tracking individual development from adolescence through old age.

3rd May 2018

What Can We Learn from a Mosaic?

Professor Jodi Magness unravels the mysteries of ancient Israeli synagogues

Contact

London School of Jewish Studies
Schaller House
Wohl Campus for Jewish Education
44a Albert Road
London
NW4 2SJ
   020 8203 6427
E    info@lsjs.ac.uk

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