The Ner Israel Rabbinical College (NIRC) with a legacy that dates back to 1933 is a private college that has been continuously striving to establish itself as a pioneer of Jewish leadership. The students of Ner Israel Rabbinical College have found their calling in professions which include being a Rabbi, serving at reputed Jewish Service organizations, outreach professionals or as heads of the Jewish community. The college has a scenic ninety acre campus at Baltimore and enrolments have been rising over the years. The areas of study at the Ner Israel Rabbinical College, MD include theological and religious education through certificates and degree level programs. The college was an initiative of the famous Talmudist, Rabbi Yaakov Yitzchok Ruderman.
Affiliated with the Agudath Israel, the Ner Israel Rabbinical College has gained considerable reputation over the years as a Lithunian Haredi Talmudic all male college. As one of the state accredited colleges in Maryland, the institution also has strategic collaborations with Towson University, Community College of Baltimore County, Johns Hopkins University, University of Baltimore, University of Maryland, Baltimore County and Loyola College in Maryland. As a result of the collaborations with these colleges, an undergraduate student of the Ner Israel is allowed to attend night courses during summer on a limited bi-weekly basis. However a six month long religious study at the NIRC has to precede this arrangement.
The courses offered at the Ner Israel Rabbinical College (NIRC) include degree level programs, certificate courses and professional studies. The courses at NIRC is a blend of theory and practice of providing religious and educational service. The curriculum offered at NIRC includes:
Religious Education-Certificate program
Theology and Theological Studies- Bachelors and Master Degree
Rabbinical Studies (MH.L. + Rav)- Professional degree
A diverse student community comes to seek admission at the Ner Israel Rabbinical College (NIRC). The admission criteria at the NIRC include an interview, evaluation of personal achievements, moral character and religious affiliation. The applicants will also have to present letters of recommendation and high school scores during the process of admission.
Ner Israel Rabbinical College (NIRC) provides campus accommodation to the students. Most of the student at NIRC opts for dormitory living at the campus. Meal services are also provided by the college.
Ner Israel Rabbinical College
400 Mount Wilson Ln
Baltimore, MD 21208
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