Founded in 1993, it now has more than half a dozen programs, for hundreds of women of all ages from a variety of backgrounds and nationalities. Students come from places such as South Africa, Australia, United Kingdom, Continental Europe, North America, and Israel.
Between 50%-60% of the classes are taught in Hebrew, and the rest are given in English. An Ulpan is also offered for students wishing to learn Hebrew. Classes are offered in various subjects such as Torah, Nevi'im (Prophets), Ketuvim (Writings), Machshava (thought provoking subjects), Gemara, Halacha (Jewish Law), and independent study.