The knowledge that counts is the one that  can be translated into the life one lives.

Five-thousand-years of accumulated experience of the Jewish people taught in 21st century terms and concepts. All courses bring the up-to-date current discussions, research and knowledge in universities religious seminaries and think tanks.

Jewish education is an end rather than a means

We have designed the most motivating learning paths for you

Widening Consciousness

The aim of our courses are to widening and deepening consciousness of Judaism as a culture rather than solely as a religion. 


Important as what one learns is how one learns. Our courses are designed to help you to think in unexpected directions.

For Life "L'Chayim"

Judaism most important teaching is that life is to be fulfilled, enjoyed and has to enrich others' lives. 
Aim high, see big, judge widely

Get Closer To What  Matters

In an era of disinformation clichés and half-truths, it is sometimes hard to find one's true north. Easy to give up and settle for empty platitudes and the dubious.


The 21st century offers an unprecedented vantage point from where to look at our human nature. As many of the facts of the past are now seen in a new perspective, the courses taught online at the 21st Century Judaism Meriane Albagli Geni Cassorla Jewish Studies Academy, provide sober mental tools to better understand the world we live in.


In their totality, the courses at the MAGC Jewish Studies Academy cover the literature, history, religion, and social dynamics of the Jewish people. Pick courses individually or plan a two years degree and certification.

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Why should I take these courses?

The Hebrew Scriptures, Jewish Religion, History and Ethics; its literature are part of the foundational mix of Western Civilization.
Bringing a non-ideological, state-of-the-knowledge approach these courses are still imbued by a Jewish ethic of search of wisdom and charity.

"It is not the exposition of ideas which is meaningful but the performance of deeds," teaches the Mishnah (Avot 1: 17). "You shall not stand idly by the blood of your fellow human being" (Leviticus 19: 16). These are some of the Jewish values that together with learning imbue these courses.

This is a not-for-profit program. After covering the production and operational expenses, the money collected from these courses goes to charity. In paying for your course you are fulfilling at least four "mitzvot" (good deeds) of Judaism: Learning, putting your knowledge into practice, not remaining indifferent to others, helping those in need.

By reading this you have completed your first lesson about the culture, religion, literature, history and ethics of Judaism.

We are a not-for-profit-program

All revenue after production and operation costs goes to charity
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