Israeli B.A. Programs in Hebrew
Wonder Years - The Israeli Version
Israel is one of the most educated countries in the world. According to 2012 OECD education report, it is ranked 3rd in percentage of general population that attained tertiary education, with 46%. Upper education has long been a norm in Israel and in its ever competing economy. Thus, your level of education increases greatly your future prospects of finding a job and starting your career.
For most students, their college or university years are some of the happiest in their lives. They get the chance to meet new people, make friends and basically enjoy great social lives. Moreover, most students who attend undergraduate programs do so in order to improve their career options. Nonetheless, most employers take into account practical experience as one of their main considerations, sometimes even more than academic achievements. Yet, the right degree can open many doors in future career.
Type of Degrees
Students who complete their undergraduate studies with a major in humanities or social science will receive a B.A. (Bachelor of Arts) degree. After completing their track in engineering or science, students receive a B.Sc. degree.