Partnership Opportunities with Oranim
Oranim’s top notch departments and educational centers offer opportunities for joint teaching, student and staff exchanges, and joint academic research. These opportunities have served as the basis for partnerships with Israeli and international universities, colleges, and research centers.
Oranim’s International Partners
The Oranim International School has established an extensive network of academic collaborations. Oranim has signed memorandums of understanding (MoUs) with many of these institutions. The following is a selection of Oranim’s current and past partners from throughout the world:
ASH Alice Salomon University, Germany
Erfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Hep Vaude Laussane, Switzerland
Maria Grzegorzewska University of Warsaw, Poland
Pädagogische Hochschule, Luzern, Switzerland
Tilburg University, Netherlands
University of Cagliari, Italy
University College of Teacher Education (KPH) Vienna/Krems, Austria
University College of Teacher Education, Vorarlberg (PHV), Austria
University of Malta, Malta
University of Pecs, Hungary
University of Tartu, Estonia
University of Education, Karlsruhe, Germany
University of Granada, Spain
Columbia University, United States
Eastern Mennonite University, United States
Jewish Theological Seminary – Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education, United States
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), United States
Ohio State University, United States
Rhode Island College, United States
Universidad Magister, Costa Rica
Monash University, Australia
University of Gondar, Ethiopia
Ghizhou University, China
Ghizhou Normal University, China
Hebei GEO University, China
Oranim College is proud to be a host for Fulbright scholars from the United States through the Fulbright Senior Specialist Program and the Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Program.
Oranim College is part of several Erasmus+ Capacity Building projects and mobility partnerships. For more information, see here.
We invite other academic institutions worldwide to contact us in order to explore possible venues of academic collaboration.