Tel Aviv University
Located easily along the train line, Tel Aviv University is the largest university in Israel and the major university in the Tel Aviv area. With its’ large expansive campus and student housing, there is nothing too far away from this campus. With its faculties in Engineering, Exact Sciences, Humanities, Medicine, Life Sciences, Law, Arts, Management and Social Sciences Tel Aviv University has much on offer for students. The university is easily accessible by both train and bus, with many routes passing through the university. This bustling hub is a great place to go if you’re looking for an educational experience at a truly great university.
Location: Chaim Levinov, Ramat Aviv
Bus: 12, 22, 40, 89,189, 220
Bar Ilan University
Bar Ilan University is located just outside Tel Aviv in Ramat Gan on a beautiful campus that offers many disciplines in academic studies. With many study choices under each faculty, Bar Ilan has a lot to offer its’ students. Here are the major faculties that you can study in: Jewish Studies, Medicine, Law, Social Science, Exact Sciences, Life Sciences and Humanities. If you’re looking into taking on a research-oriented degree, Bar Ilan has a great research program and facility on its campus.
Location: Ramat Gan
The Shenkar College for Engineering and Design focuses on study programs in Fashion Design, Industrial Design, Visual Communication, Textile Design, Jewelry Design, Interior Building and Environmental Design the Design faculty has a lot to offer both international and Israeli students. The Engineering Department has courses in Chemical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Plastic Engineering, Software Engineering, and Industrial Engineering and Management on offer to students. The Shenkar College is located just outside of Tel Aviv in Ramat Gan; it is easily accessible by bus, train and car. Situated in a busy area, the Shenkar University is surrounded by the Ramat Gan shopping center and soccer stadium and there is never a dull moment at the university.
Location: Intersection of Yehudit St and Bialik St, Ramat Gan
Bus: 66 (the bus stops at the corner of Yehudit St and Bialik St.)