About Tiferes Bachurim
A Yeshiva for all levels of knowledge in Jewish Studies
Yeshiva Tiferes Bachurim, under the auspices of The Rabbinical College of America, is an internationally known institution of higher education. The Yeshiva attracts students from throughout the United States and as far away as Australia, Europe and South America.
Upon entering Yeshiva Tiferes Bachurim, you will find an intense yet informal learning environment consisting of energetic students and dedicated members of staff who are committed to helping students grow at their own pace.
The Yeshiva's rigorous course of study, scholarly and understanding faculty, and affectionate and boisterous students combine to create an environment of serious learning punctuated by serious fun.
The majority of a student's day is spent the main study hall, containing an established library to allow quick reference while studying, or for more in-depth research. Situated directly adjacent the Yeshiva Tomchei Tmimim, students have the opportunity to study with these bochurim and have access to their extensive library containing all the basic tools for scholarship and research.
The main study hall (Beis Medrash) is set up in a way that allows students to have their own space and study either alone or with a study partner
Adjoining the Beis Medrash are three classrooms primarily for the various lectures held throughout the day. In these classes, students are given an opportunity to learn about their heritage through both a lecture and a discussion-style format, all under the watchful eye of experienced teachers.
The classes teach the students how to learn, stimulating them both mentally and spiritually. In short, Yeshiva Tiferes Bachurim provides a lively and stimulating environment where students can explore their heritage and grow to become responsible and proud Jews, ready to be a credit to the outside world. Licensed by the New Jersey Commission of Higher Education and accredited by the Association of Advanced Rabbinical and Talmudic Schools, the College grants a Bachelor of Religious Studies degree.