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JCT Graduate Wins Marketing “Oscar”

Yair Schrader, a graduate of JCT’s Business and Management Faculty, was awarded the “Oscar” for marketing and media activation at the “Festival of Media Global” held in Rome for “Best Sponsorship Activation”. The award is considered the “Oscar” for marketing and media activation, in which hundreds of campaigns from around the globe compete…

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JCT Ranked First Place in Integrating Women into Computer Science

According to data compiled by the Council for Higher Education at the request of TheMarker, JCT recently ranked first among all higher education institutions in Israel in the integration of women in the computer science field. 53% of the students in its computer sciences department are women, thus JCT leaves…

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The attitude towards academia is changing in the Haredi community

Two JCT graduates examined the Haredi sector’s opinion regarding higher education and found that they differ siginifcantly from that of Haredi leadership, who just this January called thousands of Haredi women to an emergency conference against academia, as well as the opinions previously prevelent in the sector. 62% of those interviewed agreed that there was…

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JCT Students Develop New Life-Saving Technology

Sari Tayar, Aviya Azmon and Chen Danino won third place in the Digital Summit Conference which was held by The Information Technology Unit of the Ministry of Economy for an innovative development designed for saving lives after a stroke.  Dozens of projects from across the country were presented in the competition. The…

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Iowa Governor Visits JCT

A delegation headed by Iowa Governor, Kim Reynolds, visited JCT and met with President Prof. Chaim Sukenik and Vice President Stuart Hershkowitz . During the visit, Governor Reynolds and delegation members also met with students as well as a graduate who is currently in the process of establishing a start-up,…

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Tal Campus – the leading Nursing Program in Israel

Tal Campus of the Jerusalem College of Technology is the leading Nursing Program in the country, with all of its graduates successfully passing the exam with an average grade of 82. Among the graduates were also 24 students from the first class of the Ariel University Nursing Department. For the…

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Concern for their Future

This article originally appeared in Hebrew in Maariv,  a leading Israeli newspaper. The recent decrease in the percentage of Haredi employment demands a new strategy. Creating a new reality wherein Haredim choose to study towards degrees in computers and engineering instead of education and law may just do the trick….

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Lustig Campus Hackathon

In early December, JCT’s Lustig Campus in collaboration with Microsoft, Kamatech (an organization for integrating Haredim into hi-tech) held a hackathon (technology marathon) for Haredi women at WeWork in Tel Aviv. The challenge presented to participants related to smartphone photography and was based upon research performed at JCT, wherein students…

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Prof. Michael Bank Wants to Change the Face of Electricity

Electricity in Israel is currently supplied through three to four cables. This is the standard practice worldwide. Prof. Michael Bank, a researcher and lecturer at JCT claims that he has developed a new method for transferring electricity through a single wire. “This is extremely significant for the country and consumer,”…

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Master’s Degree in Physics/Electro-Optic Engineering Opens at JCT

JCT’s Master’s (MSc) in Physics/ Electro-Optic Engineering is the first program of its kind in Israel. The program, approved by the Council for Higher Education (CHE), recently launched, and dozens of students have already registered. Rabbi Dr. Avi Karsenty has created a unique interactive program which is currently unavailable in other institutions,…

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