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I hope you don’t consider your “thing” to be a problem:)
Look into this thread: http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/bnos-sara-vs-bnos-chava
There are also other sems mentioned but there’s a lot to find out.
Hazlocho and Kol Tuv
I am also looking for a sem and came across Tiferes, too.
It is not much of info but as far as I know it is quite small (around 50 students this year) and, of course it depends how you define BY-type, but again, as far as I’ve heard, it is.
I don’t know anything about the shiurim but there is one girl from my town that went there this year and is very happy and enjoying it a lot.
Maybe you could get in touch with the campus (Jerusalem:02 582 366) or the office in NY (845 290 0488)for further details.
Hazlocho and kol tuv
Dear Busy As A Bee
Right, and I need to get the application form, too 😀
Do you think I should also apply to another one at the same time or rather wait until I get accepted respectively rejected?
I know that most applicants for BS also enrolled for BJJ but I also know that BJJ is at least slightly more difficult or hard individual work than BS. So rather not, but thans anyway.
Thank you for your recomendation. About the free time: Does Seminar tackle the same amount of Kodesh than other schools do which have less free time? What about the sem’s location? (pros and cons)How many girls are there and what made you choose Sara Shnirer instead of other ones that you were looking into?
Thank you for answering.
Dear Busy As A Beee
Thank you so much for you posts.
You are probably right about the “diying out” after a while. Now, when I think about it, I’d prefer to be somewhere where I can be myself as you said. And it’s not like I’m going on a vacation but I’ll actually live there. So, in conclusion, I think I’ll go to Har Nof.
Again, thank you very much for pointing out those details. They were important for my decision and very helpful.
Oh, and I am from the Swiss part of the world:)
@ Busy As A Bee: Thank you for this detailed answer. I think I can take the down part as it is not a problem to find something to eat in Yerusholayim:) But that doesn’t bother me.
As for the up part I haven’t thought about the verdancy but it sounds good.
In connection with that aspect here comes another question:
I’ve compared the two locations and although the campus factor is nice, somehow I’d like to be “at the heart” of it. Also it seems that Har Nof is only conveniently accessible by bus.
What do you (plural) think?
Again thank you in advance;)
@ The Goq: That wasn’t very helpfus, funny though (and mystical of course) 😀
@ Astrix: Yes, I did, thank you.