, 17 2014 - , 22 2014The Romanian Embassy and the Romanian Cultural Institute, in collaboration with Romania Levant Association and with the generous support of the CLAC Sin El Fil Cultural Center, are proud to inform you that Romanian language courses will restart in the Spring 2014 semester. [...]
, 26 2014 18:00 - , 27 2014On Wednesday, 26 February 2014, at 6 p.m., the Romanian Cultural Institute in Tel Aviv will host the opening of the documentary exhibition „The Jewish Vocational School Masada in Darmstadt 1947-48”, comprising documents and photographs that present the activity and goals of the Masada School.
The Masada School was founded by Samuel Batalion in order to educate young Holocaust survivors, so they would be able to integrate into the State of Israel. A significant part of the students were Romanian Jews. [...]
, 06 2013 - , 31 2014If you want to study Romanian for your business, for your job or for fun, the language courses given by the Romanian Cultural Institute are the right choice!
Courses for beginners, intermediate and advanced learners *(based upon the regulations and principles issued by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment) are available for all the series! [...]
, 16 2013 - , 15 2014The Romanian Cultural Institute organizes and conducts Romanian Language, Culture and Civilization Courses in the 12th century citadel of Braşov. The program is organized in collaboration with the Faculty of Letters of Transilvania University - Braşov, Mureşenilor Memorial House and Reduta Cultural Centre. The deadline for applications is May 20th, 2014. [...]