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Jerusalem College of Technology grads have played big part in developing many advanced defense systems
By Judy Siegel-Itzkovich
Modern Orthodox men get degree before joining IDF, national religious and haredi student nursing in separate campus. President Peres at Jerusalem College of Technology.
Minister of Education Shai Piron Addresses Friends of Jerusalem College of Technology
The Jerusalem Science Contest is a joint program of the Martin and Gertrude Walder Science Laboratory and Learning Center of the foundation for Learning and Development established by Dr. Joseph Walder and the Jerusalem College of Technology. The contest is a nationally acclaimed competition open to all juniors and seniors attending Jewish high schools throughout the United States.
Avishai Shraga is a recent graduate of JCT's Technology Management and Marketing Department. Avishai chose to study at Machon Lev, turning down several other college acceptances, because he was about to be married and wanted to start this part of his life with an organized program blending Torah study and business.
Welcome to JCT!
Established in 1969, the Jerusalem College of Technology (JCT) is one of Israel’s most prestigious and unique academic institutions of higher learning with a focus on science and technology.  JCT supplies highly skilled, professional graduates to Israel’s and the world’s high-tech industry. In addition, we are the only university committed to providing the highest quality academic education to diverse segments of Israeli society who would not otherwise have had the opportunity to enter these fields. JCT offers exclusive programs developed specifically for Haredi (ultra-orthodox) men and women and other demographic groups. 
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