11 years of formal education (completion of GED is not a requirement).
The role of the Prepatory Program is to give the opportunity for academic studies to those students who had not completed the matriculation certificates (GED), or whose GED grades or psychometric exam grades were not sufficient for academic studies elsewhere.
The difference between an Engineering Prepatory program and an Academic Prepatory program is that our program prepares you for academic-technological studies in the various course programs.
The program is intended for those applying to become engineers or technicians or any other practical engineering program. Typically, The College must have the approval of the National Institute for Technology and Science, to be permitted to train students for practical engineering posts.
The goal of the program is to make the student feel more at home in those subject matters that are strange to him. The program introduces those subjects and strengthens his knowledge in the fundamentals of technology and science and it other back-bone subjects for every engineer.
No more excuses! Now that we have neutralized external excuses we are giving you equal opportunity and a chance for a new beginning, regardless of your achievements in high school. Admission to the college will be determined upon your achievements in the technological Prepatory program.
Students will begin the Technological Prepatory Program immediately following the Jewish Holiday of Succoth. The program will take place during two semesters, between October – July. We will begin with the fundamentals of Math, English, and Hebrew communication skills.
Successful completion of the program demands passing the external exam by the Board of Technology, the Ministry of Economy and Industry.
Graduates will be given a certificate of the Technological Prepatory program, which is equivalent to all engineering schools in the country (subject to the regulations of the different colleges’ admission requirements). The program is being taught by experience lectures, with a background of tutoring.