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March 5, 2013 1:29 pm

Hebrew University Ranked Among World’s Best on New Times Higher Education List

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Hebrew University is one of only two schools in the Middle East to have been included on an annual list of the top 100 universities around the world.

The school, which is based in Jerusalem, was included in the 71-80 category ( rankings beyond 50 are grouped in tens) of the annual Times Higher Education world reputation rankings.

The only other university in the region on the list was the Middle East Technical University in Turkey. The Top school on the list was Harvard University.

Hebrew University was established in 1925 and boasts 22,000 students. It is consistently ranked among the world’s best universities.

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  • Jerry Hersch

    A few Thanksgivings ago we were at an in-laws for dinner. They have three sibling grandchildren going simultaneously to Harvard,MIT,and Columbia.The grandchildren had a number of classmate friends at the dinner.
    The students played Trivial Pursuit..I listened.. I came to realize through their discussions that none of them was truely able to synthesize…integrate information.. knowlege.. theorize across aspectrum.To pull all into a comprehensive whole.
    Something is lacking in Higher Education..hopefully Hebrew U can really do the job of educating