Afeka college of engineering

Afeka College of Engineering
אפקה - המכללה האקדמית להנדסה בתל אביב
Established 1996
Type Private
President Mordechai Sokolov
Vice-president Alon Barnea
Academic staff 200
Students 2,300
Location Tel Aviv, Israel
Campus Urban

Afeka College of Engineering (Hebrew: אפקה - המכללה האקדמית להנדסה בתל אביב‎) is a college in Tel Aviv, Israel, educating approximately 2,000 students. It was opened in 1996 as one of the first non-university engineering colleges in Israel.

The Tel Aviv University maintains academic supervision over the Afeka College of Engineering.

Afeka College combines engineering programs with an emphasis on entrepreneurship and encouragement of students and staff to develop useful solutions of engineering problems.

Programs at Afeka include electrical and electronic engineering; mechanical engineering; software engineering; industrial engineering and management; medical engineering, systems engineering, energy engineering, and engineering and management of service systems Master of Science programmes.[1]

See also


  1. ^ "Afeka Tel Aviv Academic College of Engineering". Retrieved September 19, 2011. 

External links

  • Afeka College of Engineering

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