Why do Israelis go to university?


Israelis go back to university for a variety of reasons.

Some students go to a private university or a public university to study for their diplomas.

Others go to private schools to study.

A large number of students go into the sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields, or to graduate schools.

And some go into business, especially those who make money from selling goods.

But the vast majority of Israelis go into tertiary education, with about one in three graduates.

The average length of time students spend in tertiary school varies depending on the number of years they study.

Some are enrolled for two to three years, while others spend more than three years in school.

The average duration of university education is four years, according to the Higher Education Ministry.

But a study conducted by the Jerusalem Post found that the average length was eight years for students enrolled in the Israeli-administered Higher Secondary School System (ISPS).

The study found that students who had studied at least one year in a private school had a longer average time in tertical education than those who had gone to a public school.

“It’s a matter of choice,” said Adele Shohat, a spokesperson for the Israeli Higher Education Organization (IHEU), a government-funded organization that manages education for the country’s young people.

Shohat said the IPSS has about 1.6 million students.

About 10 percent of the IPSC’s students are from out of the country, and that figure is expected to increase in coming years, Shohan told the Post.

“If we want to create a workforce that will support the country and make the country more competitive, we have to start from the top, not from the bottom,” she said.

In some ways, the IPSCs system is different from other countries in the Middle East.

For instance, Israeli students are not required to study in Hebrew.

But Shohaat said that has made the system more flexible, as students from other parts of the world can study in Israel.

Another difference is that Israeli students go through two years of high school, whereas students in other countries go through one year of high-school.

The two years in Israel have a greater impact on student success because they allow students to learn more about the country.

According to the IHEU, Israeli school enrollment has tripled over the past 10 years, with 1.2 million students attending school. 

However, Shonat said she does not think that will happen overnight.

“It will take time.

It will take a while, but I think the IPSCS system is one of the best and most flexible in the region,” she told the Jerusalem News.

If you’re interested in more information about Israeli education, visit Israel’s Education Ministry website or check out our recent article about Israel’s education system.