The Raphael Recanati International School (RRIS) at the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya is Israel's only academic institution which offers a complete, fully accredited BA degree program, taught exclusively in English. As of the 2009-2010 academic year, the school will be comprised of a 1,000-strong student body from over 60 countries with programs in Business, Government, Computer Science, Communications and Psychology. Faculty members include top academics and professionals from both Israel and overseas. These factors, combined with the attractive tuition costs, have paved the way for the RRIS' success in the world of higher education. The RRIS isn't only about academic studies. It is also about connecting with Israel. International students have the opportunity to get to know the country, its people, culture, sites and landscapes in a series of trips and events which are designed to be both educational and fun. The idea is to make the students feel at home in Israel while enlightening them to the country's uniqueness as a Jewish State. In many cases, these activities give our young men and women a chance to explore their own identities, Jewish and non-Jewish alike. The RRIS also offers English-language advanced degrees: MBA in Global Management; MBA in Global Entrepreneurship; and an MA in Government. For more information about the Raphael Recanati International School, including a list of programs, registration information, tuition fees, etc, log onto:, or just sign in.

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