Haifa University in Israel is situated on the Southeastern side of Israel’s third largest city, sits atop Mount Carmel along with the green forests of Carmel Mountain Park. The university was founded by Haifa mayor Abba Hushi, an Israeli politician who served for eighteen years between 1951 to 1969. Haifa University is split up into six faculties: Humanities, Social Welfare and Health Studies, Law, Social Sciences, Science and Science Education, and Education.
The Haifa University’s objective is to be a first-class rating and have a higher education, it’s purpose is to provide equal and high quality educational opportunities to all the categories of society, and in particular to encourage mutual understanding and team work between the Arab and Jewish society on and off the campus. Hecht Museum of archeology and art was established by Reuben Hecht, founding member of the University of Haifa Board of Governors in 1984.
The Haifa University is in the 10th ranking position among 36 academic institutes in Israel, a 6th point rise over the 2006 ranking based on feedback from 8,600 students.
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