We are now focusing on our largest endeavor to date: our new campus, which will serve as a center of attraction in the heart of Jerusalem, enabling even more of Jerusalem's young people as well as those from outside to acquire engineering degrees.
In order to meet the ever-advancing needs of teaching and research and provide a state-of-the-art facility for future generations of engineers we must upgrade our campus, which operates within a 50-year-old building. The new campus will be built in the current location and will make full use of the college's building rights.
Area of land: 30,375 square meters (7.5 Acres)
Current Campus: Approx. 12,000 square meters (129,167 square feet)
Building Rights: Approx. 45,000 square meters (484,376 square feet)
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The new facility will allow us to:
· Meet the needs of teaching a growing student body
· Provide more laboratories and equip them with advanced and modern equipment
· Efficiently make cost-effective use of available space
· Provide room for long-term plans such as international programs and incubators
· Make the college’s new facilities more accessible to the community
· To provide the students with one campus which serves all their needs, including on a personal level
The facilities will include:
· An academic campus for 3,500 engineering students of B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees
· Teaching and Research Laboratories: (Applied)
· Start-Up Incubators
· Science Conference Center
· Student Center
The campus will include six buildings, built in three stages.
Strategically located in the center of Israel’s capital city of Jerusalem, in the Ramat Beit HaKerem neighborhood, the college is positioned between the city’s main high-tech hubs: Har Hotzvim in the north and the Malcha Tech Park in the south; across from Jerusalem’s government ministries, the Knesset and Israel’s Supreme Court; a step away from Sha’are Zedek Medical Center; and alongside the science faculties of the Hebrew University in Givat Ram. Situated high atop one of Jerusalem’s hills, and conveniently located and seen from Menachem Begin Boulevard, Jerusalem’s main artery lining the north and south of the city.
The new campus has been designed by the renowned architectural firm Kolker, Kolker, Epstein, among the largest architectural firms in Israel, responsible for the design of the capital’s new Foreign Ministry building, another college in Tel Aviv, and many other prestigious projects. The architecture of the new campus utilizes the space in the best way and harmoniously integrates the campus within the neighborhood without obstructing the view or bothering the residents.
Stage one: First Building
Stage Two: Sports & Cultural Complex and Auditorium
Stage Three: Teaching, Laboratories, Incubators, & Administration
Azrieli - College of Engineering Jerusalem invites you to take part in establishing the new campus through a long-term philanthropic investment, while impacting the next generation of Jerusalem’s finest engineers.
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In its young history, Azrieli - College of Engineering Jerusalem has succeeded in developing significantly and swiftly. Now is the time to pave the way for its continued journey. Join us.