Located in the City of Ariel, a bustling community of 20,000 people in the Samarian hills, the Ariel University (AU) is helping to pioneer a new future for Israel and its younger generation. Its location is less than an hour's drive from both Jerusalem and Tel Aviv and about 20 minutes from Herzliya. From its inception, Ariel University has integrated research and development into its prime goal of educating the next generation of Israelis. By pursuingthis two-pronged agenda practically, with an eye to the needs of the Israeli and world economy, AU maintains an atmosphere of excellence in both research and scholarship that
attracts thousands of students from all over the country.
World Zionist Organization
The World Zionist Organization aims at establishing for the Jewish people a legally
assured home in Eretz Yisrael. To achieve this purpose, the following means shall be employed:
- Promoting the settlement of Jewish farmers, artisans, and tradesmen inPalestine.
- Organizing and uniting the whole of Jewry through effective local and
international means in accordance with the laws of each country.
- Strengthening of the Jewish national sentiment and national consciousness
though Israel education with shlichim.
- Preparatory steps toward obtaining the consent of governments, where
necessary, in order to achieve the goals of Zionism.
Yezreel Valley College
The Yezreel Valley – extending across the Lower Galilee from the hills of Nazareth to Mount Gilboa – was settled a century ago by Zionist pioneers. Working the land of the scriptures, they seized the opportunity offered by this fertile land to build a new nation, and created a bridge between ancient and modern Israel.
Gordon College of Education
The goal of The Gordon Academic College is to train teachers, educators and leaders innovatively in education and teaching while integrating community involvement. The College promotes academic excellence based on the newest theories, incorporating the most advanced technology and practical trials in teaching The College focuses on the student, while still emphasizing a commitment to society, and imparting the moral and ethical foundations of education as its purpose and mission.