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Middle eastern country on the Mediterranean sea, is regarded by Jews, Christians and Muslims as the biblical holy land. Its most sacred sites are in Jerusalem . Within its old city ,the Temple Mount Complex includes the Dome of the Rock Shrine, the historic western wall, Al-Aqsa Mosque and the church of the holy sepulcher. Israel’s financial hub ,Tel Aviv, is known for its Bauhaus architecture and beaches.
population :8.8 million
Capital: Jerusalem
Currency: Israeli Shekel
Area:22145 km2
The economy of Israel is a highly advanced free-market ,primarily knowledge-based economy. Israel ranks 22 on the latest report of the UN’s human development index, which places it in the category of ‘very highly developed’ allowing the country to enjoy a higher standard of living than many other western countries.
Gross domestic product:370.6 billion USD (2018)
GDP per capita 41715.03 USD(2018)
Below are the biggest industries in Israel that are responsible for its advanced economy:

1.High-Technology Israel’s technology sector is growing faster than any other industry in the country.
2.Diamond industry -Israel diamond industry is an important part of the manufacturing sector
3.Tourism

Wealthy in 2013,israel ranked 10th in the world in percentage of millionaires among the population ,with 3.8%of households holding assets in excess of $1 million, and eighth in the percentage of households holding assets in excess of $100 million.

All of Israel’s nine Public Universities ,and some of its colleges ,are subsidized by the government, students pay (Israel students)only a small part of the actual cost of tuition. Students who completed military service are entitled to a 90%discount on their first year tuition fees.

International Students

There are many preconceived nations surrounding the middle east and this has resulted in Israel often being overlooked as a study abroad destination. But for students with a sense of adventure who are looking to enrich their cultural knowledge and gain new prospective while receiving a world-class education, few places rival Israel. So ,don’t miss out on one of the most underrated places to study abroad.

List of universities in Israel

1.Technion -Israel institute of technology(IIT)
The Technion – Israel Institute of Technology is a public research university in Haifa, Israel. Established in 1912 during the Ottoman Empire and more than 35 years before the State of Israel, the Technion is the oldest university in the country
2.Hebrew University of Jerusalem
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is Israel’s second-oldest university, established in 1918, 30 years before the establishment of the State of Israel. The Hebrew University has three campuses in Jerusalem and one in Rehovot.
3.Tel Aviv University
Tel Aviv University is a public research university in Tel Aviv, Israel. With over 30,000 students, it is the largest university in the country.
4.University of Haifa
The University of Haifa is a university located on Mount Carmel in Haifa. Founded in 1963, the University of Haifa received full academic accreditation in 1972, becoming Israel’s sixth academic institution and the fourth university. The university has the largest university library in Israel.
5.Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, is a public research university in Beersheba, Israel. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev has five campuses: the Marcus Family Campus, Beer Sheva; the David Bergmann Campus, Beer Sheva; the David Tuviyahu Campus, Beer Sheva; the SedeBoqer Campus, and Eilat Campus.
6.Open University of Israel
The Open University of Israel is a distance-education university in Israel. Its administration center is located in the city of Ra’anana. As of 2015-16, the Open University had around 46,200 students. The university has more students than any other academic institution in Israel, coming from all over the world.
7.Ariel University
previously a public college known as the Ariel University Center of Samaria, is an Israeli university located in the Israeli settlement of Ariel in the West Bank. The college preceding the establishment of Ariel University was founded in 1982 as a regional branch of Bar-Ilan University.

List of Colleges

1.College of Law and Business
The College of Law and Business is a private college in Ramat-Gan, Israel. It was established in 1995 by members of the law faculty of Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The president is Moshe Cohen-Eliya. The College has academic ties with academic intuitions around the world. Each summer CLB students are given the opportunity to attend internships, seminars and workshops at Harvard university, Oxford University, Kassel University, Paris’s ICC, and others. In February 2017, two of the English speaking students won the international moot mediation competition at the International Chamber of Commerce.
2.Academic College of Tel Aviv -Yafo
MTA is a pioneering non-for-profit and fully accredited public institution. MTA dedicated to providing our community with academic opportunities that advance positive social change and sustainable economic security for the nation of Israel through the practice of a new academia — experiential learning, applied research, and social commitment.
3.Ashkelon Academic College
The college was founded in 1967 as a branch of Bar-Ilan University and focused mainly on teaching accountancy and banking. Student numbers were only a couple of dozen.
In 1988 the management was changed and the college began to expand its activity; in 1990 it was recognized b as a regional college, which meant its students spent the first two years in the college and after that transferred to Bar-Ilan University.
In 1992 Bar-Ilan University approved the college to grant bachelor’s degrees on its behalf, and in 1998 the university transferred to a new campus. was President of the University from 2002 to 2012.
The college was founded in 1967 as a branch of Bar-Ilan University and focused mainly on teaching accountancy and banking. Student numbers were only a couple of dozen.
In 1988 the management was changed and the college began to expand its activity; in 1990 it was recognized by the Education Minister of Israel Zevulun Hammer as a regional college, which meant its students spent the first two years in the college and after that transferred to Bar-Ilan University.
In 1992 Bar-Ilan University approved the college to grant bachelor’s degrees on its behalf, and in 1998 the university transferred to a new campus. Moshe Many was President of the University from 2002 to 2012.The college was founded in 1967 as a branch of Bar-Ilan University and focused mainly on teaching accountancy and banking. Student numbers were only a couple of dozen.
In 1988 the management was changed and the college began to expand its activity; in 1990 it was recognized by the Education Minister of Israel Zevulun Hammer as a regional college, which meant its students spent the first two years in the college and after that transferred to Bar-Ilan University.
In 1992 Bar-Ilan University approved the college to grant bachelor’s degrees on its behalf, and in 1998 the university transferred to a new campus. Moshe Many was President of the University from 2002 to 2012.Today the college has thousands of students and plans are being made to triple its size.
4.BezaBezalel Academy of Arts and Design
is an academic college of design and art located in West Jerusalem, Israel. Established in 1906 by Jewish painter and sculptor Boris Schatz, Bezalel is Israel’s oldest institution of higher education. Located in The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, founded in 1906,number of students is 2200.
5.Centre for Academic Studies
Officially accredited and/or recognized by the Ministry of Education, Israel, The Center for Academic Studies is a coeducational higher education institution. The Center for Academic Studies offers courses and programs leading to officially recognized higher education degrees in several areas of study.
6.Holon Institute of Technology
Holon Institute of Technology, is an academic institution of higher education in Holon, Israel. It is a multidisciplinary institution that focuses on Science & Technology, and Design & Visual Art, and offers diverse programs that enhance the interdisciplinary approach.
7.Jerusalam Academy of Music and Dance
The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, is a school for the music and the performing arts in Jerusalem. It is located on the Givat Ram campus of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
8.Jerusalam College of Technology
The Jerusalem College of Technology – Lev Academic Center, , recognized by the Council for Higher Education, which specializes in providing high-level science and technology education to the religious Jewish community.
9.Lander Institute Jerusalem,
Lander Institute is an Israeli private institution of higher education, founded by Touro College, New York. The college is located in GivatShaul, Jerusalem. The institute began operating in August 2004 and is named after Professor Bernard Lander, founder of Touro College in New York.
List of Foreign University Campuses:

1.Brigham Young University
Within Utah, Brigham Young University – Provo is Considered a Very High Quality College at a Great Price. Brigham Young University – Provo’s overall average net price combined with a very high quality education, results in a great value for the money when compared to other colleges and universities in Utah

2.Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
The Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion is a Jewish seminary with three locations in the United States and one location in Jerusalem. It is the oldest extant Jewish seminary in the Americas and the main seminary for training rabbis, cantors, educators and communal workers in Reform Judaism.

3.Hillsong College-in conjunction with Hill song Church Israel
brand new subject, offering an unparalleled experience, is now available to anyone studying in our undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
Whether you are a new student, current student, or joining us in the near future, join our team on the ground in Israel for a Biblical Studies intensive!
Students will have the opportunity for Biblical History to become tangible as they dive deeper into the scriptures at key Old Testament and New Testament locations such as Jerusalem, Galilee, Tel Aviv and much more. Students will also be able to experience contemporary ministry at Hillsong Church Israel.

4.NYU
At NYU Tel Aviv, students experience life in one of the world’s most intriguing and multidimensional cities. A vibrant coastal metropolis on the Mediterranean, Tel Aviv is the cultural, financial, and technological center of Israel. Students explore this truly global city and acquire a sophisticated understanding of Israel, the Middle East and the interrelationships between cultures, political movements, and religious traditions. Students benefit from high caliber local professors who teach students in areas such as journalism, politics, Hebrew and Arabic. Students connect with local culture through experiential learning/internships, partnerships with a local university and excursions to surrounding areas in Israel.

5.Touro College -offers courses in Jerusalem(but a degree must be completed in new York)
Touro College Israel provides kollel students and wives, seminary, yeshiva, and other students the opportunity to get a jump start on their education while studying and living in Jerusalem.
It offer undergraduate courses, across a variety of career-oriented disciplines – including Business, Psychology, Education, Speech and Pre-Health – with an on-site science laboratory. To complete your degree, you will need to take courses at one of Touro’s New York campuses.
6.University of Indianapolis
University of Indianapolis’ educational quality places it squarely in the middle tier of our nationwide Overall Best Colleges ranking. This combination of educational quality at a lower cost results in a good value for the educational dollar.

7.Yeshiva University

Choose to study in Israel, and you’ll find yourself at the heart of a diverse ,dynamic and constantly developing culture. During 68 year of existence, Israel has fast developed into an economy one renowned for its high-tech development ,innovation and entrepreneurship-gaining the nickname ‘the start-up nation’, with its own version of the US Silicon valley, the silicon wadi.
Israel is especially known for innovation in the high-tech sector, and is reportedly home to more high-tech start-ups than any country other than the US -pretty impressive ,considering its relatively small size and population. In recent years ,Israel has also been touted as the world’s next major biotech hub.
As you’d expect with all this innovation and development going on, Israel has a strong selection of highly reputed universities-with strengths not just in science and technology subjects, but across the academic spectrum.
Education is highly valued within the national culture of Israel, and its higher education sector has been praised for helping to encourage the country’s economic development and recent technological boom .The high quality of Israel’s higher education system was also recognized in the QS Higher education system strength ranking, published for the first time in 2016,in which it ranks as the world’s 28th strongest national system.
There are nine universities in Israel ,as well as lots of higher education colleges ,the main difference is that the Universities offer degrees all the way up to doctorate level. Courses are often taught in Hebrew ,but many leading Israel universities also offer English -taught programs.