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List of yeshivas:

Contents

Pre-World War II Europe

Israel

There are also many Hesder yeshivot, which combine study with military service; various Hasidic yeshivot; and dozens of others.

Israel, Spanish and Portuguese-speaking

  • Binyan Olam

Israel, English-speaking

The popular yeshivos located in Israel that cater to the international Anglophone community include:

United Kingdom

  • Be'er Hatorah (in Gateshead)
  • Chayei Olam (in London)
  • Gateshead Yeshiva (largest Yeshiva in Europe)
  • Lev Simcha (in London)
  • Manchester Yeshiva
  • Hitchin Yeshiva
  • Sha'arei Torah Yeshiva (in Manchester)
  • Sunderland Yeshiva (now located in Gateshead)
  • Yeshiva Tiferes Yaakov Gateshead

United States

In Yeshivish culture, there are some major Yeshivas which are known not so much by their name, but are rather referred to by the name of the location they are in. Examples include: Adelphia, Belle Harbor, Carteret, Lakewood, Long Beach, Passaic, Peekskill, Philadelphia, Scranton, South Fallsburg, Staten Island and Waterbury. Locations below often refer to Metropolitan areas, rather than to the city itself.

California

  • Yeshiva Gedola of Los Angeles
  • Mesivta Birchas Yitzchok of Los Angeles

Connecticut

  • Yeshiva Gedola of Bridgeport (Bridgeport, CT)
  • Yeshiva Gedola of Waterbury (Waterbury, CT)
  • Yeshiva Bais Binyomin of Stamford (Stamford, CT)
  • Yeshiva of New Haven (New Haven, CT)[1]

Florida

Georgia

Illinois

Indiana

  • Rabbi Naftali Riff Yeshiva, (Indianapolis, IN)
  • Yeshiva of South Bend, (South Bend, IN)

Maryland

Michigan

New York

Monsey

Queens

Brooklyn

Manhattan

Staten Island

Long Island

Catskills

Upstate

New Jersey

  • Beth Medrash Govoha (Lakewood, NJ) (largest yeshiva in North America)
  • Yeshiva Gedolah of Passaic
  • Elizabeth Yeshiva
  • Yeshiva Gedola of Carteret (Carteret, NJ)
  • Bais Meir Yeshiva (Lakewood,NJ)
  • Linden Yeshiva
  • Springfield Yeshiva
  • Cliffwood Yeshiva
  • Paterson Yeshiva
  • Deal Yeshiva
  • Yeshiva Gedola of Edison (RJJ)
  • Yeshiva Gedola of Bayonne
  • Yeshiva of Belmar
  • Yeshiva Gedola of Teaneck
  • Yeshiva of Englewood
  • Yeshivas Chofetz Chaim of Cherry Hill
  • Yeshivas Toras Chaim (Lakewood, NJ)
  • Yeshivas Toras Chesed (Lakewood, NJ)
  • Yeshivas Ohr Yissochar (Lakewood, NJ)

Ohio

Pennsylvania

Wisconsin

  • Wisconsin Institute of Torah Study - WITS (Milwaukee, WI)

There are a handful of other prestigious yeshivas and dozens of smaller ones, including those affiliated with various Hasidic groups.

Australia

Belgium

  • Yeshiva des Etudiants de Bruxelles
  • Etz Chaim Wilrijk Antwerpen Yeshiva
  • Yeshivat Tal Toïre

Canada

Toronto

Montreal

  • Yeshiva Gedolah Merkaz Hatorah Tiferes Mordechai
  • Mesivta Tomchei Temimim Lubavitch

Germany

South Africa

Switzerland

  • Lugano
  • Lucerne

References


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