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The Planning and Budgeting Committee has announced the winners of their proposal request : A joint proposal by the Technion and Bar-Ilan University The establishment of the national research center will encourage research and development, initiatives and industry in the field of smart transportation in Israel as well as streamline transportation services through integration of…

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The Number of First-Year Students Enrolled in High-Tech Tracks is Expected to Double within a Decade The Planning and Budgeting Committee (PBC) updated the multi-year forecast, according to which the numbe of first-year students is expected to double 2022: 11,000 first-year students in high-tech tracks in universities and colleges. 2011: Only 5,700 first-year students in…

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The Council for Higher Education has authorized the opening of 26 international programs in English to the universities The CHE has authorized the opening of 26 bachelor and master degree programs in English for accepting outstanding international students to Israel. The programs were authorized in fields in which the State of Israel has a relative…

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An Impressive Achievement for the “Gateway to Academia” Program for Integration of Bedouin Students from the Negev Into Higher Education 385 students were enrolled in the 2018/19 academic year, in the first year of the “Gateway to Academia” program that was expanded to southern institutions of higher education, after 3 years of a successful pilot…

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The Planning and Budgeting Committee (PBC) has approved a holistic plan for preventing dropout and increasing the number of people with academic degrees. The plan includes broad support starting at the pre-academic stage and continuing on to bachelor’s degree studies, advanced degree studies, and even the hiring of senior academic staff. Preacademic Guidance and Identification…

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