Tal Campus offers female students a unique combination of science and engineering education on the highest level and advanced Judaic Studies courses.
Tal Campus provides the opportunity for religious, Haredi and Hassidic women to obtain a degree in engineering, computer science, industrial engineering & management and health sciences while also continuing their Jewish studies. This unique combination of a degree program and Jewish studies provides many religious women with the opportunity to make significant contributions to Israel’s high tech industries while remaining attuned to their Jewish values and customs. Today there are over 1,700 women on JCT’s Tal Campus, nearly 600 of which are studying towards degrees in Engineering. It is home to one of Israel’s most prominent Nursing schools, the graduates of which attain the highest national averages in the national board examinations each year.
With its women only campus, Tal Campus creates the perfect environment for women with a variety of cultural, religious and family needs to earn a degree, obtain a job, and contribute to Israel’s growing high tech industry. The Council for Higher Education recognizes Tal Campus for its contribution to the hi-tech workforce, as well as for providing this sector of society with the chance to study subjects in these fields. Accordingly, Tal Campus is fully accredited by the Israel Council of Higher Education.
JCT has recently been awarded land in Emek Zion, adjacent to JCT’s Lev Campus for men, where it is planning to build permanent facilities for Tal Campus.