7:30 – 8:20: Shacharis
8:20 – 8:50: Mishna Berura Seder
8:50 – 9:30: Breakfast
9:30 – 12:15: First Seder
12:15 – 1:15: Shiur
1:20 – 1:35: Mincha
1:35 – 3:30: Lunch
3:30 – 4:00: Chazara Shiur
4:00 – 5:45: Hachana for Bekius Shiur
5:45 – 6:45: Bekius Shiur
6:45 – 7:25: Mussar Seder
7:25 – 8:25: Supper
8:25 – 8:40: Maariv
8:45 – 9:15: Chavrusas with older Bochurim
9:15 – 10:30: Night Seder
During Sukkos Bein Hazmanim, the Yeshiva goes on a big three-day tiyul, packed with activities. Additionally, throughout the year, there are many Shabbosim the Yeshiva arranges, most notably a Shabbaton around Shabbos Chanukah. The goal of the trips in Yeshivas Bais Yisroel is to promote achdus in the Yeshiva and give Bochurim a chance to see Eretz Yisroel.
Generally once a month, the Yeshiva hosts an in Shabbos. All other Shabbosim, the bochurim can go out, or stay in Yeshiva and all meals are served. Since many Rebbeim live in the neighborhood, Bochurim enjoy going out for meals, and for many, these meals are a highlight of the week. As a general rule, the Yeshiva is always open.
The Yeshiva has a no-smartphone policy. During the Zman, Bochurim hand in their phones and the mashgichim give them back for Bain Hazmanim, or when very necessary. Since the Yeshiva years are formative and crucial, this policy ensures that Bochurim maintain a level of focus conducive to shteiging.
The Yeshiva is located in Neve Yaakov, Yerushalayim, close enough to all major locations in Yerushalayim, while being far enough to provide optimal growth.
The Yeshiva gives 30 credits per year for Bochurim in the Yeshiva. Starting the second year, alternative programs are available to those who are eligible.
The Yeshiva dormitory is located within a one minute walk of the main building. The boys are split into diras by year, and each Bochur is given ample space for everything he needs. All rooms in the diras have heating and air conditioning, ensuring comfortability. Additionally, the dorms are equipped with laundry rooms and a gym.
First, you need to fill out the application on our website, which can be found here. Afterwards, you will be contacted by the Yeshiva to schedule an interview with a recruiting Rebbi. Based on an assessment of your interview and a report from your Rebbi, we will notify you regarding your acceptance status.
Because of the travel restrictions, we may have to do some interviews over Zoom. Once you apply, you will be informed of the tentative method of your interview.