This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. privacy policy and terms of use.

High Contrast
Ways to Give Click here to apply

May 6th 2024



20 Nissan 5784

28 April 2024

Dear Friends,


The Jerusalem College of Technology is watching the rapid rise of antisemitism on college campuses across North America with growing concern. Recent events have underscored the urgent need for a safe and supportive environment for Jewish students, who deserve the opportunity to pursue their educational goals without fear of discrimination or persecution.


At the Jerusalem College of Technology (JCT), we provide such a setting. We have a long-standing tradition of achieving academic excellence alongside high-level Torah study, on gender separated campuses. For the past 55 years, our dual curriculum has produced generations of Israeli leadership.


JCT offers international students the opportunity to pursue degrees in Computer Science, Nursing, Pre-Med, Business Administration, Engineering and Applied Physics, and Bioinformatics.


Our school boasts the highest percentage of Olim (recent immigrants) of any Israeli academic institution, who create a warm and welcoming community. Starting this Fall, Rabbi Shalom Rosner will lead our English-speaking Beit Midrash and reimagine Torah learning in Jerusalem. Moreover, we recently welcomed the Orthodox Union’s JLIC, significantly strengthening student social life. Students do not need to make Aliyah to study at JCT and non-Israeli students can earn a degree for less than $15,000 per year.


In light of the climate on North American campuses, JCT is opening a special opportunity for students interested in transferring into our existing Computer Science and Business Administration programs starting on May 15, 2024. Transfer students and prospective first-year students interested in other degrees are welcome to apply for the upcoming academic year (Fall 2024). We will also accept students who wish to spend a semester or two at JCT. Direct inquiries to JCT English Speaking Program Director, Rabbi Shlomo Anapolle.


The wave of antisemitic, anti-Israel sentiment has not only affected students. JCT invites faculty members, post-docs, and even students nearing the completion of their PhD to join our elite academic staff. Currently, we have teaching and research opportunities available in Computer Science, Engineering, and Health Sciences. Direct inquiries to JCT Rector, Professor Dan Bouhnik.


By joining us in Jerusalem, students and faculty will further their academic and professional goals by joining a vibrant Zionist community, dedicated to Torah study and academic excellence. We look forward to welcoming you to the Jerusalem College of Technology.


Chag Sameach,

Chaim Sukenik


share in social medias: