By Yaron Neudorfer On Sunday, November 15th, 2020

The challenge of the universities and colleges – preventing “silent dropout”

Yaron Neudorfer The academic year is upon us with record registrations including a 30% rise. For the heads of institutions of higher education, there is another challenge that may not have been considered More...

By Contributing Author On Friday, October 30th, 2020

American Jewish University: B’Yachad Together

By Benjamin Raziel The coronavirus pandemic has been catastrophic for many Jewish organizations. Suddenly bereft of students, participants, donors, and congregants, many groups are struggling. Some are facing More...

By Jewish Business News On Friday, October 23rd, 2020

TAU Program Preserves Beta Israel –Ethiopian – Heritage

Photo Courtesy TAU The Department of Biblical Studies at Tel Aviv University’s Rosenberg School of Jewish Studies and Archaeology is launching a new MA program in the study of the Biblical texts of Ethiopian More...

By Clive Minchom On Tuesday, September 8th, 2020

Hastartupistiot Aims To Create More Women Startup Founders

Inspiring young girls Last week, a Headstart crowdfunding campaign was launched by Hastartupistiot (Hebrew for: “Women leading startups”) which currently runs a tech industry podcast focusing on Israel’s More...

By Jewish Business News On Monday, August 17th, 2020

Israel Opens Borders for International Students

After the government enacted restrictions in mid-March amid the coronavirus pandemic that prevented non-Israeli visitors from entering the country, international students will be able to come to Israel, Prof. More...

By Jewish Business News On Tuesday, August 4th, 2020

Israel wins gold medal in decade at International Chemistry OlympiadsI

The Israeli team in mathematics (clockwise): Roi Sinai, Lior Hadasi, Noam Ta Shema, Shavu Regavim, Omer Bozen and Ohad Sheinfeld. Photo: Courtesy of Tel Avi University Four Israeli students each won a medal More...

By Sima Ella On Monday, July 13th, 2020

In First, Saudi Prof. Contributed an Article to an Israeli Academic Journal

A researcher from Saudi Arabia says he is trying to improve the image of the prophet Muhammad in the eyes of Jews by publishing an article in Tel Aviv University’s “Kesher” (“connection” in More...

By Niall McCarthy On Thursday, September 12th, 2019

The Universities Churning Out Millionaires

Over the years, many universities forged their reputations on the achievements of their students, whether that means Nobel laureates, Pulitzer Prize winners or Olympic athletes. Despite the prestige More...

By Ilan Shavit On Sunday, December 23rd, 2018

OECD: Israel ranks as world’s third most educated country

According to 2017 data compiled by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) the most educated countries in the world are: Canada at the top, Japan second, Israel third, South Korea fourth, More...

By Jewish Business News On Monday, October 15th, 2018

4,000 Students Enrolled at Hadassah Academic College in Jerusalem

About 4,000 students began the new academic year earlier this month at Hadassah Academic College (HAC), in Jerusalem. The institution in the heart of the city known especially for its diverse student population More...

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