Vered Jewish Canadian Studies

Learn skills in reading, research, writing and critical thinking that will be valuable in all aspects of your life ahead.

In this transdisciplinary program, you will study various aspects of the Jewish experience in the Canadian context, including history, language, literature and the arts. You will examine the major Jewish communities in Canada’s cultural mosaic while learning about Jews' significant contributions to Canada’s growing diversity. You can also study the Yiddish language and culture, a key part of Jewish Canadian heritage. All courses include classroom study and enrichment activities such as special events, guest speakers and field trips.

Generous scholarships are offered in this program:

  • Jacob Freedman Memorial Award (762200301126)
  • Michelle Julia Gringler Memorial Scholarship (OTSS) (722220102089)
  • Petigorsky Family Scholarship (OTSS) (762220102087)

 To view the information or apply, please visit the Online Scholarships and Bursaries search engine portal.

9 units
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Microprogram in Jewish Canadian Studies

Opportunity to acquire a solid foundation in urban Studies while following a Specialization or a Major in another discipline. 

Must be taken in addition to a main program.

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