Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design
Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design is Israels national school of art. Established in 1906 by Jewish artist and sculptor Boris Schatz, Bezalel is Israels oldest institution of higher education, the art created by Bezalels students and professors in the early 1900s is considered the springboard for Israeli visual arts in the 20th century. In 2009 it was announced that Bezalel will be relocated to a new campus in the Russian Compound, the new Bezalel campus is planned by the Tokyo-based award-winning architectural firm SANAA. The Bezalel School was founded in 1906 by Boris Schatz, who envisaged the creation of a style of art blending classical Jewish/Middle Eastern. The school opened in rented premises on Ethiopia Street and it moved to a complex of buildings constructed in the 1880s surrounded by a crenelated stone wall, owned by a wealthy Arab. In 1907, the property was purchased for Boris Schatz by the Jewish National Fund, Schatz lived on the campus with his wife and children. Bezalels first class consisted of 30 young art students from Europe who successfully passed the entrance exam, eliezer Ben Yehuda was hired to teach Hebrew to the students, who hailed from various countries and had no common language.
His wife, Hemda Ben-Yehuda, worked as Boris Schatzs secretary, in addition to traditional sculpture and painting, the school offered workshops that produced decorative art objects in silver, wood and fabric. Yemenite immigrants were frequent subjects of Bezalel artists, Bezalel closed in 1929 in the wake of financial difficulties. After Hitlers rise to power, Bezalels board of directors asked Josef Budko, the New Bezalel School for Arts and Crafts opened in 1935, attracting many teachers and students from Germany, many of them from the Bauhaus school shut down by the Nazis. Budko recruited Jakob Steinhardt and Mordecai Ardon to teach at the school, in 1958, the first year that the prize was awarded to an organization, Bezalel won the Israel Prize for painting and sculpture. In 1969, Bezalel became a state-supported institution, in 1975 it was recognized by the Council for Higher Education in Israel as an institute of higher education. It completed its relocation to Mount Scopus in 1990, Bezalel pavilion was a tin-plated wooden structure with a crenelated roof and tower built outside Jaffa Gate in 1912.
It was a shop and showroom for Bezalel souvenirs, the pavilion was demolished by the British authorities six years later. In 2006, the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design celebrated its 100th anniversary, today, it is located on Mount Scopus in Jerusalem and has 1,500 students. Faculties include Fine Arts, Ceramic Design, Industrial Design, Photography, Visual Communication, Film, the architecture campus is in downtown Jerusalem, in the historic Bezalel building. Bezalel offers Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Architecture, Bachelor of Design degrees, a Master of Fine Arts in conjunction with Hebrew University, the academy has plans to move back to the city center. In 2011, the Bezalel student show at the Milan Furniture Fair was described as a lively runner-up for the best exhibit.1 55-75, the Hebrew Style of Bezalel, 1906–1929, Nurit Shilo Cohen, The Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts, Vol.20
ORT Braude College of Engineering
ORT Braude Academic College of Engineering is established on a 30-acre area in the city of Karmiel, Israel. The College offers a range of studies and training for careers in the latest technologies. At the present, there are more than 5500 students studying in Ort Braude – most of them are being trained for a B. Sc. degree in Engineering, Ort Braude considered to be one of the leading higher education institutions for Engineering in Israel. All of its programs are approved by the council for higher education of Israel. During this period, the student integrates into an engineering or a research team, in 2009, the Department of Mathematics opened a three-year study program towards a bachelor’s degree in Applied Mathematics. The program consists of background, along with solutions of application oriented problems. This study program is designed to prepare the student for future employment by the demanding high-tech industries in Israel, a shorter, two year studying program. The Diploma Programs Unit offers courses that are supervised and controlled by the Ministry of Industry, eligible graduates are awarded certificates on behalf of the Ministry.
This unit is responsible for well being. It has a variety of programs that help students in different ways. The Dorms are located inside the campus, there are more than 530 beds in apartments for 1,2, or 5 students. It is located at the entrance to the college. It has books and electronically formatted material in the field of Engineering, the Union of ORT Braude College is a member of the Israeli student Organization. In the college, it is responsible for life, academic help for those in need. The Union runs an on campus bar – which is opened at nights, there is a separation between milk products and meat on campus according to Jewish Kosher rules. One can purchase meals or sandwiches at The Greg Cafe on campus – or in vending machines which are located everywhere in the College. At present, there is cooperation between ORT Braude College and several international institutional such as the University of Pittsburgh, MIT, the University of Rochester, List of universities and colleges in Israel Practical engineer Hebrew Official site English Official site List of Academic departments
IAF Technological College, Beersheba
IAF Technological College, Beersheba Hebrew, המכללה הטכנלוגית של חיל האוויר והחלל שלוחת באר שבע) is a technology-oriented high school and college in Beersheba, Israel. IAF Technological College is located in the Nahal Ashen neighborhood in Beersheba, the school trains Israel Air Force cadets שוחר) from the 9th or 10th grade through graduation from the 12th grade. Those who excel academically continue to the class and are eligible to receive a practical engineering certificate following 14th grade. Students with high grades have the option to continue their studies for a B. Sc, at first, the Technological school offered only a single class in a home-style trailer building surrounded by a gate. Since then, many classes have been added, as well as a kitchen. The building contains many computer laboratories, a gymnasium, two courts, two football fields, a theater and a swimming pool. The cadets are required to wear Israeli Air force uniforms with a special shoulder, when a student finished his studies he was entitled to wear the Shoher wings.
As of 2006 the sign has changed as it had wings. 75% of the students are successful on their first attempt of the bagrut exams, 97% success rate for 13th class and 100% for 14th class The college offers 4 programs that provide practical engineer education, flight electronics, flight mechanics, Pami Atimdim and electricity
Jerusalem College of Technology
The Jerusalem College of Technology - Lev Academic Center, is an Orthodox Jewish college, recognized by the Council for Higher Education. JCTs main campus is situated in the Givat Mordechai neighborhood of Jerusalem, other branches are located in the Givat Shaul neighborhood of Jerusalem and Ramat Gan. JCT offers bachelors degrees and masters degrees in fields of study combined with intensive Jewish studies. The college, founded in 1969 by Professor Ze’ev Lev and by Professor Josef Haim Yakopow, specializes in engineering, industrial management and life. JCT is particularly known for its electro-optics faculty, the institution is fully accredited by the Council for Higher Education in Israel, the main authority overseeing Israels academic institutions. Over 4,000 students are enrolled in JCT, with a faculty of over 500 professors and researchers. JCTs goal to bring education to underprivileged communities is most evident in their EFE. The Jerusalem College of Technology comprises the following campuses, Lev Campus - academic studies combined with studies for men.
This campus includes the Naveh program for Haredi men. Tal Campus - academic studies combined with studies for women. This campus includes the Daat and Tvuna programs for Haredi and Hassidic women, lustig Campus - founded in 1999 and geared toward Haredi women. The EFE program consists of a preparatory program and a full degree program. The EFE program has 128 graduates, 98% employed,135 students currently study at JCT, the Haredi Integration Program at JCT encourages Haredi men and women to pursue academic careers and consists, much like the EFE program of a preparatory year program and a full degree program. The Haredi Integration program has graduated thousands, there are currently close to 1,500 Haredi men and women studying towards degrees at the Jerusalem College of Technology. The program is a program that consists of a 1.5 days of study per week
Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya
The Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya is a private, not-for-profit, nonsectarian research university in Herzliya, Israel. It was founded in 1994 by Uriel Reichman and it is located at Herzliya, in the Tel Aviv District, and is classified as an independent non-budgeted academic institution. IDC Herzliya has 8,000 students currently enrolled for undergraduate and graduate degrees, in 2014 the IDC Herzliya was ranked the most successful academic start-up institution in Israel and outside of the United States, ranking first in Israel and twenty one in the world. In the same year IDC law graduates achieved the highest passing rate at the bar examination of all Israeli academic institutions. Moreover, the IDC Herzliya has been ranked first of 66 Israeli academic institutions in terms of student satisfaction for four consecutive years, the first class at IDC Herzliya consisted of 360 students. Over the years, leading professors from Israel and the US have joined the faculty, additional schools have been opened, IDC offers innovative interdisciplinary degree programs that employ advanced information technology while providing a solid understanding of the region and its geopolitical relevance in the world.
The IDC Herzliya motto is “Liberty and Responsibility, the school logo is based on the flag that Theodor Herzl, the father of modern Zionism, proposed for the Jewish state. In 2012, Israel Chemicals helped to found the School of Sustainability, graduates will be awarded a BA in sustainability studies. Uriel Reichman and founder of IDC Herzliya, holds a JSD from the University of Chicago and is the dean of the Law Faculty at Tel Aviv University. Rafi Melnick is the provost. Amnon Rubinstein, chairperson of the Appointments Committee, is a former Israeli minister of education. Aharon Barak, president emeritus of the Israeli Supreme Court, is a member of the Higher Academic Committee, IDC Herzliya offers degrees in law, government, computer science, communications and psychology. IDC Herzliya’s interdisciplinary programs equip students with knowledge in their areas of study. ICL & ORL, and the Raphael Recanati International School, the Raphael Recanati International School offers programs in English for overseas students.
International students learn side by side with Israelis and are involved in all aspects of campus life, the Raphael Recanati International School has grown significantly and now makes up one-fourth of the student body at IDC Herzliya. IDC Herzliya students come from 83 countries to study at the Raphael Recanati International School, students are active in a variety of clubs and performing arts groups. In 2009, Alpha Epsilon Pi, an international Jewish fraternity, opened a branch at IDC, the Debate Club of the IDC Herzliya is a framework designed to provide the qualifications necessary in the field of speech and rhetoric. In 2012, the team of the Raphael Recanati international school won second place in the European championships in Belgrade. It was the team from Israel to reach the final
College of Management Academic Studies
The College of Management Academic Studies, a college located in the city of Rishon LeZion Israel, is the largest college in Israel. Founded in 1978, COMAS is the first non-subsidized, not-for-profit academic institution in Israel to be recognized and certified by the Council for Higher Education in Israel. The college places an emphasis on awareness and responsibility, with both students and faculty taking part in community and outreach activities. The College of Management - Academic Studies gained authorization in 1986 to award a BA degree in business administration, official recognition of COMAS’ status marked the democratization of Israeli higher education. Today, COMAS is the largest college in Israel become a dynamic and it encourages debate on the essence of academic teaching and its quality amongst the faculty and academic management. The academic year is divided into three terms lasts from October to January, from February to May, and from June to September, the College of Management central library lies in Rishon LeZion campus since 1995.
In the year 2010, inaugurated in its dedicated to the library structure. The library serves the students and the ranks of the college. Library building covers three floors and includes reading rooms housing collection of fields, work in group rooms, Daily Press Room, audiovisual room. In the entry there is the lending books desk, display shelves displaying new books and journals, sitting areas. Copiers are placed on each floor near the elevator, printers are located in each work in group room. The library collection contains more than 80,000 volumes of books, the collection includes 450 journals in print, thousands of electronic journals,40 databases, and publications of research institutes, videotapes and DVDs. Books in the library are arranged by classification numbers representing the classification of areas, the law library establish in 1990, in 1995 it has moved to its new residence in the law school building on Rishon LeZion campus. The library has a key role in the teaching and activities taking place in law school.
These collections can be accessed off-campus, business Administration The school of business is the largestin the country with an enrollment of approximately 3,500 students. It is the first private, non-state academic program ever officially accredited by the Council for Higher Education in Israel, Law The Haim Striks School of Law was founded by Daniel Friedmann in 1990. It offers both a LLB and a subsequent Masters program, Media Studies The School is the largest school of Media Studies in the country catering to more than 50% of Israel’s students of Media Studies. The School’s B. A. program in Media Studies and Management integrates theoretical and practical knowledge, Economics The School of Economics was established in 1994, and in recent years has undergone accelerated growth and development
Kaye Academic College of Education
Kaye Academic College of Education, a teacher training college located in Beersheba, Israel. The college was named for Geoffrey Kaye, its chief sponsor, Kaye Academic College of Education started off as a college for new immigrant teachers in two sheds in a neighborhood known as Meshek Ezer in Beersheva. It was founded in 1954 by Arie Simon, who was the inspector for the Southern Region at the time. The aim was to provide a solution to the lack of teachers in the various types of settlements for new immigrants. The establishment of the college, in fact, laid the foundations of the system in the Negev. In 1982, the moved to its present location. At the same time, the National College for Sports Education, in 1994, Kaye College was granted academic status, and was thereby entitled to confer a B. Ed. degree. In 2003, the Academic Council of the college, which had been approved by the Council for Higher Education, the Academic Council is currently preparing to offer M. Ed. For high-school graduates, A four-year program after which graduates are entitled to receive a Bachelors degree on a level as well as a teaching certificate.
The students are expected to maintain academic standards throughout the three-year program. For academics, A special two-year program in education for teachers with an academic education. This program views teachers as meaning makers that operate and are immersed in educational situations, for in-service teachers, Continuing studies for teachers who have a teaching certificate and who would like to expand their academic education in order to graduate with a B. Ed. in teaching. For counselors and Advanced Certification Courses are offered to counselors who wish to study toward a B. Ed. degree, programs are formulated on an individual basis, based on the students previous education. Each year, approximately 500 students study in this program, the needs of the Ministry of Education and the teaching system as a whole, together with regional exigencies and the individual needs of each teacher, are taken into account. In-service professional development courses catering to the needs of subject teachers, the Program for School Principals, Kaye College conducts a training program for school principals.
This program provides the knowledge, skills and perspectives required of people who are about to assume leadership and information management studies, The courses are held at Kaye College, under the auspices of Beit Berl College. Participants in the receive an Certified Librarian diploma and/or a Management Studies diploma. Parallel courses in sport and health administration and aerobic dance instruction, are offered
Ono Academic College
Ono Academic College is a college located in Kiryat Ono, Israel. It is grants the B. A. LL. B, in 2012 Ono Academic College initiated a Masters degree program in Law. In 2014 Ono Academic College have established the faculty of Education, after a while, there was a change in the structure of the faculty, and it has become the Faculty of Humanities, which offers 3 studies courses. The courses are a B. A. degree in Education Sciences and society, a B. A. degree in studies of the land of Israel and Jerusalem, and a M. A. degree in Judaism studies. The academic college has a program that serves the Ultra-orthodox population by allowing men to attend classes on different days than women, Ono Academic College is noted for its large enrollment of the Ethiopian Jewish population in Israel. It is reported that beginning Fall 2010, Israels ambassador to the United Nations, professor Gabriela Shalev, pnina Tamano-Shata, first Ethiopian woman to win a Knesset seat List of universities and colleges in Israel Official website in English