The Polis Institute is delighted to announce that we have been accredited as a foreign school by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) under the post 9/11 GI Bill.
Registration is now open for our fall semester - see more here As part of our ongoing efforts to provide a more user-friendly website, we are launching a new pre-registration system for our upcoming language courses. This will allow interested students to inform us in advance of their wish to study with us and we […]
Archimedes Scholarship Polis - The Jerusalem Institute of Languages and Humanities is offering a 100% scholarship + a monthly stipend for a student who has experience in Full Stack Development. The student will be able to study any academic program at Polis (valued at 26000 shekels per year) and will also receive a monthly stipend […]
Stay up to date with what is going on at Polis! Email [email protected] to be added to our newsletter's mailing list. Dear Friends of Polis Spring 2020 was a difficult time for the whole world. I would like to start by wishing you all good health and sending my thoughts and prayers to anyone who […]
אנחנו שמחים לשחרר תתי-אתר חדשים בשפות העברית והערבית يسعدنا اعلامكم باطلاق نسحتين جديدتين باللغة العربية والعربية
Polis was founded on 9 May 2011 by Christophe Rico and other linguists whose goal was to revive the study of the Humanities and increase the teaching of Ancient Languages.
Polis - The Jerusalem Institute of Languages and Humanities is offering scholarships of up to 75% for students who want to come and study in Jerusalem.
In light of the recent developments, Polis is closely following the Israeli Ministry of Health's instructions. Polis has the utmost concern for the health of students, staff, and the general public.
During the month of February, I was invited to participate in the Paideia Institute’s annual conference in New York, at Fordham University, where I gave two lectures, the first one on the Tree of Life (in ancient Greek) and the second on a specific aspect of the Polis Method, Living Sequential Expression (in English). This technique singles […]
In the last months we have been working to improve the quality of our facilities. Our Agora (the courtyard connecting the main building and the library at Polis), called so after the important intellectual and social meeting place found in every ancient polis (“city”), has been revamped. We have removed a small stone wall and fence that lay in […]