Campus Lev offers a unique combination of high-level academic degree programs alongside an advanced curriculum of Torah study. The campus offers programs designed to meets the needs of Haredim, Ethiopians, international students, new immigrants and IDF veterans.
Established in 1990, Tal is Israel’s first women-only Engineering and Technology College. Tal offers advanced academic programs to women from across the religious spectrum, equipping them with the knowledge and skills necessary to attain leading positions in Israel's competitive fields of science, business, high-tech and nursing.
Lustig offers Haredi women the environment and conditions necessary to pursue an advanced academic degree while maintaining the values and lifestyle of their ultra-Orthodox upbringing.
Engineering & Computer Science
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LevTech Entrepreneurship Center
LevTech provides Orthodox and ultra-Orthodox (Haredi) students, men and women, with exposure to the hi-tech ecosystem and training in innovative thinking and business development for hi-tech product and company creation. Students receive access to both business and tech mentoring as they build teams and create products through a pre-accelerator program (LevTech LAB), exposure and opportunity to create tech solutions for challenges presented by companies in on-campus hackathons (48-hour technology marathons), and events encouraging creative thinking in the business and hi-tech spheres.
My studies at JCT provided me with the professional skills and tools that helped me get where I am today.
I started working in the last year of my degree and from there I advanced to managerial positions. There’s no doubt that my studies at JCT gave me the skills I needed to successfully integrate into the world of hi-tech.
The professional skills that I learned at JCT were very empowering. But it was only when I got my first job in industry that I able to recognize how much I had actually gained, both in terms of practical tech skills as well as analytical thinking skills.
Tal Campus was like a home. I really appreciated the high professional and academic standards along with the College’s warm and supportive environment.
I enjoyed learning in a Torah-focused environment and at a College with high academic standards. Our lecturers always pushed us to excellence. The important skills I gained during my studies have helped me attain advanced positions in high-tech.
At JCT I learned independent thinking skills and practical tools from top lecturers and researchers, who before everything, are simply good, humble people who have a lot faith.