Schools and further education

ZPC – Zwi Perez Chajes School

ZPC Schule, Ansicht von aussenAdministration: Mag. Daniel Brandel
Simon-Wiesenthal-Gasse 3, 1020 Vienna
Tel. 01/216 40 46
Fax 01/216 40 46 – 20

Office Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 7.30 am. – 4.30 pm.
Friday and first evening of Holidays 7.30 am. – 2 pm.
www.zpc.at

The Z.P.C School has been educating children in the Jewish community since its establishment in 1980. Excellent secular education with profound instruction in Jewish subjects instill self-confidence in our youth who may participate as members of our Jewish tradition-based Community. Observance of the sabbath and Jewish holidays, daily morning prayers, kosher meals, and wearing of kippot is required of students. The school is an accredited educational establishment and features “Ivrit” as a foreign language and a complete Jewish course of study in its curriculum

Kindergarten, Preschool, Elementary School, AHS and Day-Nursery
* Instruction in the subjects Jewish Religion, Ivrit and Jewish History require 7 hours weekly complementing the AHS standard mandatory curriculum.
* Morning prayers in the school’s private synagogue
* Kosher lunch buffet

Application forms and tuition details can be obtained from the Administration. The Vienna Jewish Community provides scholarship assistance to low-income families. Application forms for scholarships can be obtained from the school administration.

JBBZ – Jewish Professional Development Center

Academic Director and Honorary Executive Director: MMag. Dr. Ilan Knapp
Administration: Sigrid Stefan

Adalbert Stifter Straße 14 – 18, 1200 Vienna
Tel. 01/331 06-0
Fax: 01/331 06-333
e-mail: organisation@jbbz.at
http://www.jbbz.at

The JBBZ offers all young adults who have completed 9th grade the opportunity of training in various professions. Daily morning prayers and kosher meals are offered. Mandatory wearing of Kippot by boys and observance of the Jewish holidays are obligatory. Tuition is free.

The JBBZ provides the chance for youth and adults to enhance their professional perspectives by offering courses in German – Typing (computer-supported) – Commercial studies – Computers (Beginner and Intermediate) – Technical Introduction (for young adults). Tuition is free. Courses can be attended at no cost to the participant.

The registration date is listed in specific brochures and can be obtained by telephoning the office. The Job Market Service has certified the teachers and curriculum.

Talmud and Torah Kindergarten, Elementary and Junior High School “Machsike Hadass” for boys

Principal: Eleonore Pollak
Malzgasse 16, 1020 Vienna
Tel. 01/214 50 80

This venerable institution, which is over 150 years old, caters to the educational needs of Orthodox Jewry. This full-time school emphasises the cultivation of traditional religious subjects, preparing male students to visit a yeshiva School. The school is a recognised by the state.

* Kindergarten, elementary school and secondary school for boys and girls;
* Heder and Talmud Torah;

School fees: information available at the secretariat. Applications for reductions in fees for less affluent and larger families possible.

Talmud and Torah Elementary and Junior High School “Machsike Hadass” for girls

Gr. Stadtgutgasse 24, 1020 Vienna

This new school for girls caters – like the other in Malzgasse for boys – to the educational needs of Orthodox Jewry. This full-time school emphasises the cultivation of traditional religious subjects, preparing students to visit the Beth Jakob School. The school is a recognised by the state.

* Elementary and Junior High School for girls
* Secretarial training (9th and 10th level) for girls;

School fees: information available at the secretariat. Applications for reductions in fees for less affluent and larger families possible.

Talmud Torah Elementary and Secondary School of “Agudas Israel”

(in cooperation with Lauder Chabad Campus)

Tempelgasse 3, 1020 Vienna
Tel. 01/214 20 54

* Elementary school and secondary school for boys and girls;
* Heder and Talmud Torah for boys;
* Beth Jakov for girls.

Talmud Torah School “Sinai”

Judenplatz 8, 1010 Vienna
Tel. 01/535 41 53

Afternoon classes in further religious education for children.

The Viennese Yeshiva

Große Mohrengasse 19, 1020 Vienna
Tel. 01/216 06 79
Religious Leadership: Chief Rabbi Chayim Stern

Officially recognised college for Jewish social occupations (boarding school) offering three year courses (14 to 16-year-olds).

Vienna Academy of Higher Rabbinical Studies

Lilienbrunngasse 19, 1020 Vienna
Tel. 01/216 88 64

The academy´s mission ist to train religious teachers for orthodox religious instruction.

Lauder Business School

Vienna International College
Hofzeile 18-20, 1190 Vienna

Tel.: +43 1 369 1818
Fax: +43 1 369 1817
Email: office@lbs.ac.at
Website: http://lbs.ac.at

Jewish Institute for Adult Education

in cooperation with the Federation for Adult Education in Vienna
Administration: Mag. Brigitte Ungar-Klein

1020 Vienna, Praterstern 1
Tel.: 01/216 19 6
Fax: 01/214 89 18
e-mail: office@jud-institut-wien.at
www.jud-institut-wien.at