Rabbinical College Bobover Yeshiva Bnei Zion is in Brooklyn, NY. Brooklyn is a large city. The school is classified as a Jewish college. Rabbinical College Bobover Yeshiva Bnei Zion is a private, not-for-profit institution. The school issues awards (degrees) up to the level of Bachelor's degree.
Fields of study in vogue at Rabbinical College Bobover Yeshiva Bnei Zion include religion and philosophy.
The school's open admission policy attracts a range of prospective students.
The most successful professors at Rabbinical College Bobover Yeshiva Bnei Zion are given tenure, encouraging them to stay with the school for a long time.
Approximately 235 students study at the school (in 2007-2008). Rabbinical College Bobover Yeshiva Bnei Zion is essentially a male school.
The school makes housing available to a large share of its students. Students at Rabbinical College Bobover Yeshiva Bnei Zion can take advantage of the school's meal plans.
The school reports its educational mission is:
"The Rabbinical College Bobover Yeshiva aims to carry forward the chain of Jewish learning and career training in an environment where education is personal, but rigorous and challenging. The Yeshiva defines its purpose as teaching students Torah learning skills in order to foster creative scholarship and provide the community with Talmudists, scholars, and well-educated laymen. We identify the following specific mission elements: 1. Train students in the study and analytical interpretation of the classic texts of Judaism. Foster reasoning skills, proficiency in textual analysis, the capacity for legal analysis, and a deftness in the application of advanced logic to methods of argumentation. 2. Prepare students for service careers as Yeshiva teachers, melamdim, mechanchim and maggidei shiur in a wide range of formats. 3. Provide students with the education for pursuing advanced rabbinic degrees that lead to college level teaching or practical rabbinics. 4. Develop in the student a strong moral dimension by fostering an ethical sensibility through the study of Mussar, devotional texts and Talmudic Aggadata. 5. Foster in the student a contemplative spirit, an awareness of the life of the mind and its encouragement. 6. Train those with exceptional gifts for higher research in Talmud."
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Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2015-16, National Center for Education Statistics, https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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