Touro College Israel is housed in the Givat Shaul neighborhood in Jerusalem.
In addition to a number of classrooms, our modern facilities include:
- A fully-equipped computer lab
- A state-of-the-art science lab with ample testing and safety equipment
- A collection of print book, and access to an impressive virtual collection of databases
Givat Shaul was established in the early 20th century as an agricultural community. Since then, it has flourished into a bustling neighborhood and a popular shopping destination, home to modern office buildings, housing developments, publishing and printing companies, bakeries and eateries.
Public transportation and taxis are widely available, with a bus station located just across the street from campus.
The campus is close to Jerusalem’s Light Rail and Central Bus Station with multiple bus stations in close proximity.
The following buses stop on:
Beit Hadfus St., (opposite the office): 33, 67
Kanfei Nesharim St., (parallel to Beit Hadfus St.): 52, 55, 64, 65, 74, 75
If you are coming from:
Central Bus Station: 67, 74, 75
Har Nof: 33, 52, 55, 74
Bayit Vegan: 33
Ramat Eshkol-Maalot Dafna, Matersdorf: 52, 55
AddressTouro College of Israel
11 Beit Hadfus Street, Jerusalem 95483 Israel