Want to Study in Israel? Attend 'Virtual Fair’ for International Students on 7th March

By Neha Kumari Updated On - Mar 01, 2021 12:48 PM

Israel Virtual Education Fair to be conducted exclusively for international students who wish to study in Israel. The virtual event will be conducted on March 7, 2021. Know details about the event here:

The Council for Higher Education in Israel has officially announced to conduct a virtual fair on March 7, 2021 for international students who are interested in pursuing higher education in Israel. Students who will join the virtual fair will get an opportunity to interact directly with the representatives of Israel universities and colleges. They can discuss the courses, fields of study and the most suitable institutes to study in Israel. 

The head of International Student Affairs, Council for Higher Education, Israel, Marissa Gross Yarm said that the purpose of conducting the virtual fair is to help students have an interactive experience with the academic institute’s representative and gather relevant and authentic information about the courses, scholarships, admission process and latest information related to travel and visas amidst COVID-19. 

How to Register for Israel Virtual Fair for International Students?

You can visit https://studyinisrael.easyvirtualfair.com/ and register for Israel Virtual Fair.

Sign up and enter personal details. Once an account is created you can log in on March 07 and attain the live Virtual fair. 

There are 61 academic institutes in Israel among which nine of the universities are listed in the best universities of the world. These universities offer courses at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level to international students. Some institutes in Israel also offer short term courses. 

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Indian Students in Israel

Presently, over 1200 Indian students are enrolled at Israel universities and the country making all efforts to ensure that the students do not face any difficulties with their stay and study in Israel amidst COVID-19.  A number of international students were issued visas and specially chartered planes were arranged from Mumbai for students to travel to Israel. Around 100 students who were enrolled in PhD and research-based programmes returned to Israel at eight research universities during the pandemic. 

Moreover, students from India are getting benefits from the vaccine drive in the country.

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