Machon L’Yahadus is more than a school – it is a home.

The curriculum is designed to provide Jewish women with a solid foundation in Judaism, a clear and strong understanding of Jewish law, Torah, Talmud, and Chassidic philosophy that they will be confident about instilling in their own families and sharing with others.

Machon L’Yahadus is built on the principle that we study Torah for its own sake, and everyone involved plays an important role in this approach, appreciating every nuance, addressing all questions, and integrating lessons into daily life. Classes are intellectually stimulating, spiritually moving, and powerfully inspiring.

Our student body is consistently international and a feeling of unity is always palpable. Alumni describe the time they spent at Machon L’Yahadus as a gift, one whose every moment should be well utilized. The knowledge and lessons learned at Machon L’Yahadus continue to affect the lives of students after graduation and encourage them to grow.

Women of all different levels and backgrounds have found a warm and welcoming environment at Machon L’Yahadus, one in which real bonds with fellow students and teachers form and flourish.

Every student is encouraged to express herself, to use her talents and explore more deeply the aspects of Torah she finds most intriguing.

Machon L’Yahadus looks to Rebbetzin Chana, mother of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, as the paradigm of Jewish womanhood and educates its students in the spirit of her life.


The collective endeavors of Jewish women around the world to broaden and deepen their Torah learning, and to share it with others, will bring about a long-awaited change in the world at large.
Our Sages remind us that “In the merit of the righteous women our ancestors were redeemed from Egypt.” In the same way, the merit of today’s women will prepare the world for the age when “the world will be filled with the knowledge of Gd as the waters cover the ocean bed.”
Seen in this light, for women today to study Torah in depth is not merely a right or a privilege, but an urgent national priority.
The Lubavitcher Rebbe