Yeshiva Gedolah Imrei Yosef D'spinka is found in Brooklyn, NY. Brooklyn is a large city. Applicants to the school are attracted by its Jewish identity. Yeshiva Gedolah Imrei Yosef D'spinka is a private, not-for-profit institution. Students can earn degrees up to and including the Bachelor's degree at the school.
Yeshiva Gedolah Imrei Yosef D'spinka has a tighter focus on specific areas of study than most colleges its size. The school is known for its programs in religion and philosophy.
Yeshiva Gedolah Imrei Yosef D'spinka accepts all qualified applicants under its open-admission rules.
The school has a tenure system for senior faculty.
Students numbered 153 in 2007-2008 at Yeshiva Gedolah Imrei Yosef D'spinka. A very high share of students at the school are male.
The school reports its educational mission is:
"MISSION The mission of Yeshiva Gedolah Imrei Yosef is to offer students, who are proficient in the knowledge of Talmud, Halacha, and other related Judaic studies, an advanced level of Torah study. The Yeshiva does this by providing a rich Halachic, Mussar, and Ethical background in conjunction with a comprehensive program of Talmudic study and analysis. Graduates from this program will have attained a high level of proficiency in the subjects covered. This program also forms the foundation for the training of Rabbis and Teachers of Judaic Studies in general, and Talmudic discourse in particular. In our growing community, the need for such people increases from year to year. Upon completion of the course, the student will receive a First Talmudic Degree. While the Yeshiva does not guarantee employment, graduates will have acquired the ability to enter the field of Jewish Education. The Yeshiva gets inquires for our talmudim and we help in placement upon the students completion of his studies. The Yeshiva blends a Lithuanian style of learning into its Chassidic atmosphere. Not only is the study of Torah and Talmud intensive and well paced, but it is also infused with a Chassidic enthusiasm. Students explore the depths of the Talmud with the love of tradition which traces itself back to the original Spinka community of Rumania."
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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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