In the first Hebrew city, more college students than ever study in English
The possibility of enrolling in English-language degree programs, often at a fraction of the tuition paid abroad, is a big draw for foreigners.
After turning down acceptances to two of America’s top universities, Harvard and Princeton, Alon Van Dam, the son of an Israeli mother and Dutch father, decided to pursue his bachelor’s degree in Israel. “I grew up in the Netherlands, but never felt I fit in there,” he explains.
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