Life in Minsk

Belarus is an eastern European country, has borders with :
Russia in the east, Ukraine in the south, Poland in the west
and Lithuania & Latvia in the north.
Belarus is home to about 9 million people, Minsk is home to about 2 million of them.
Many influential people in the history of Israel come from Belarus :
Shimon Peres, Menahem Begin, Hayim Vaitzman, Eliezer Ben Yehuda,
Mark Shagal and more .
There are many Jewish historical sites all over the city and country.
Belarus offers its visitors a picturesque view of anything between vast views of green forests, and big cities as Minsk, while enjoying the local hospitality.
Minsk is the capital and largest city of Belarus, as well as the capital of the country.
The city is located on the banks of the Classic and Nyamaya.
As the national capital, Minsk has a special status in Belarus and is the administrative center of the Minsk Province and the Minsk District.
The city has a population of about 2,002,600,Minsk is about 305.47 kilometer square.

Once you arrive in the city you will discover a picturesque city rich in historical buildings
Alongside modern buildings. Start your journey in Minsk with the well-kept Independence
Boulevard, one of the longest boulevards in Europe, decorated with Stalinist chic,
boutiques and coffee shops.
You cannot miss the Victory Square and the historical district of Troitsky Hill,
which has changed its concept to a colorful holiday resort.
Minsk, has one of the most impressive libraries : The National Library of Belarus is one of the largest in the world, housed in an impressive 74-meter building with 23 floors that house no less than 14 million books. The library opened in 1922, in 2006 it underwent extensive renovation, adding a 26-sided building on top of the roof of the initial building. From there you can enjoy one of the most beautiful views of the city and the river, so even if you are not interested in books in the Belarusian language there is a very good reason to visit there.
The National Opera and Ballet Theater of Belarus are housed in a massive and impressive building in the heart of a green park. Every year, 240 ballet and opera performances are exhibited, and are known for their high quality. This is one of the favorite pastimes for locals and tourists alike.
The Belarusian State Circus opened in 1959 and became the first regular circus building in the Soviet Union at a time when a circus was considered a real art. In Belarus, the circus has enjoyed more prosperity than any other country in the region, and to this day the circus of Belarus is a circus with international acclaim. The circus shows here are extravagant, with dazzling costumes and spectacular costumes, and circus entertainment is an inseparable part of the experience of visiting Minsk.

Minsk is the capital and largest city of Belarus, as well as the capital of the country. The city is located on the banks of the Swisslac and Nyamaya. As the national capital, Minsk has a special status in Belarus and is the administrative center of the Minsk Province and the Minsk District. The city has a population of about 2,002,600, with a total area of ​​305.5 square kilometers.

Once you arrive in the city you will discover a picturesque city rich in historical buildings alongside modern buildings. Start your journey in Minsk with the well-kept Independence Boulevard, one of the longest boulevards in Europe, decorated with Stalinist chic, boutiques and coffee shops. You will not miss the Victory Square and the historical district of Troitsky Hill, which has changed its concept to a colorful holiday resort.

Minsk is a city of architecture with impressive buildings from the Minsk Arena where huge performances take place through the building of the Belarusian circus and the 22-story Belarusian Library in Minsk with a magnificent structure.

The evenings in Minsk are Extremely   bluster, with many bars, discos and casinos making up the nightlife of the city, and this is an ideal city for ballers who like to celebrate and diversify their entertainment.

Minsk, surprisingly, is one of the most impressive libraries in the world. The National Library of Belarus is one of the largest in the world, and it is housed in an impressive 74-meter building with 23 floors that house no less than 14 million books. The library opened in 1922, but in 2006 it underwent extensive renovation and was awarded the addition of an impressive 26-sided building on the roof of the building. From here you can enjoy one of the most beautiful observations of the city and the river, so even if you are not interested in books in the Belarusian language there is good reason to come here.

The National Opera and Ballet Theater of Belarus is housed in a massive and impressive Soviet building in the heart of a green park. Every year, 240 ballet and opera performances are exhibited, known for their high quality. This is one of the favorite pastimes for locals and tourists alike.

The Belarusian State Circus opened in 1959 and became the first regular circus building in the Soviet Union at a time when a circus was considered a real art. In Belarus, the circus has enjoyed more prosperity than any other country in the region, and to this day the circus of Belarus is a circus with international acclaim. The circus shows here are extravagant, with dazzling costumes and spectacular costumes, and circus entertainment is an inseparable part of the experience of visiting Minsk.

Student residence

Students are offered residence in a beautiful new building . We offer complex (include kitchen, bathroom, shower ,stove etc.) apartments of different sizes.The apartments are nicely structured, include furniture. The complex includes a club for students’ convenience that includes a PlayStation, TV with Israeli channels and social games, a free gym and wireless internet. Laundry and ironing services are also offered for a nominal fee. There is a security system in the compound 24 hours a day. The place will be run by a homeowner for student convenience. The University also offers various classes(chess, swimming, etc..) and competitions.

During the holidays there will be vacations and students will have an opportunity to visit the Chabad House and the synagogue.And there is a possibility to provide cosher meat for our students.
Our employees will be available to accompany the students every day during their studies and our company in cooperation with the university,will organize cultural and recreational activities for students such as tours and alike.