OBC – Ort Braude College: ORT Braude College (OBC) was established in Karmiel with the goal of developing an academic center that would teach the different engineering fields and simultaneously work in cooperation with industry. The College’s mission and vision is to serve as a leading higher education institution of engineering, technology, and related fields, whose goal is to promote equal opportunities in Israeli society through education and professional training.
SAP – Sapir Academic College: Sapir is located at the south periphery of Israel with large minorities population among students and lecturers. Sapir Academic campus is one of a kind in Israel, home to 12 different institutions of education ranging from first grade to a seniors' day center. As such, Sapir is at the heart of large community center for education services in the south of Israel.
QSM - Al-Qasemi Academy is the first academic institution located in an Arab town in Israel. Accredited by the Higher Council of Education, and as a winner of the 2009 Excellence and Quality Prize of the Public Service, Al-Qasemi has proven to be a unique academic stronghold, which gives hope to the Arab minority in Israel.
BBC - Beit Berl College is a multidisciplinary and multicultural leading academic institution in the areas of education, society, and the arts. Jews and Arabs work and study side by side at Beit Berl, where education is considered a means for enhancing social change and advancing social justice.
KC - Kaye College is the leading academic institution for teacher education and professional development of educators in the south region of Israel, serving both Jewish and Bedouin populations. Its goal is to provide students with advanced academic knowledge, broad practical experience, competencies and skills to integrate themselves into the changing future of the educational system in Israel.
THC - Tel-Hai College is the leading public academic college in Israel and an engine of change for the educational, economic and social development of the Upper Galilee. Tel-Hai's innovative curriculum, diverse student life and pluralistic atmosphere, and growing reputation for academic excellence have attracted students from across the country to join in building our unique community of learning, and gained the attention of scholars and researchers around the world.
MTA - The Academic College of Tel Aviv-Yaffo: Academic excellence and contribution to the local community have been at the heart of the College's vision since its establishment. The College's five schools offer six undergraduate programs and five MA programs. 4,000 students are currently enrolled in the College, which already boasts 11,000 graduates.
WUT - Warsaw University of Technology (WUT) is the oldest and the largest university of technology in Poland. Our priorities are multi-layered study programmes supported by an advanced scientific research. Modern study programmes and an extensive range of scientific and research works, including international partnerships with many universities, research institutions and high-tech industries, make our graduates thoroughly prepared for the global labor market.
UCSC - Founded in Milan in 1921 by Father Agostino Gemelli, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (UCSC) is Europe's largest private Catholic university. UCSC is the only university in Italy with 4 campuses all over the country: in Milan, Piacenza - Cremona, Brescia and Rome – which is also home to the Agostino Gemelli General Hospital. Founded in Milan in 1921 by Father Agostino Gemelli, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (UCSC) is Europe's largest private Catholic university.
PoliMi - Established in 1863 in Milan, Politecnico di Milano (PoliMI) is one of the leading science and technology universities in Europe, producing engineers, architects and industrial designers through a variety of innovative specializing courses. The University has always focused on the quality and innovation of its teaching and research developing a fruitful relationship with business.
PHL/LUE - Pädagogische Hochschule Ludwigsburg/ Ludwigsburg University of Education is the largest of the six Universities of Education in Baden-Württemberg, with more than 5,000 students and over 450 members of staff. The Universities of Education concentrate on educational science in research and teaching. The LUE is a modern centre of excellence for educational sciences in four closely-related areas: school and pre-school education, extra-curricular education for children and teenagers, adult/further education as well as education in cultural and social areas.
UM - Created in January 2015, Université de Montpellier (UM) is the result of the merge of Montpellier Universities 1 and 2, benefiting from the excellence and complementarity of both institutions. Université de Montpellier is a research-intensive university which brings together a vast community of knowledge, from science, techniques and medicine to environmental and educational science, as well as economics, law and political sciences. Its strategy revolves around inter-disciplinary and multi-skill training programs.
KU - For over four decades, The Design School has established itself as a centre of excellence in design education. Our UG and PG design courses in Fashion, Illustration Animation, Graphic Design, Product & Furniture Design and Interior Design have helped reshape global creative industries during a period of unprecedented social and technological change. This year we are commemorating the 140 year old legacy of the Kingston School of Art and are pleased that we are recognized as one of the best art and design schools in teaching and research in Europe.
Brunel University London is a public research university located in Uxbridge, London, United Kingdom. Founded in 1966, it was named after the Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Brunel's campus is located on the outskirts of Uxbridge. It is organised into three colleges and three major research institutes. Brunel has over 12,900 students and 2,500 staff. Brunel is ranked as the 93rd best university worldwide in the field of engineering and technology, 32nd among European institutions and 11th among British institutions according to THES world rankings.
VARAM - The Board of Public Academic Colleges is a voluntary body whose
 members are the leaders of Israel's twenty academic public colleges. These institutions serve 68,000 students, who constitute approximately 40% of all Bachelor's degree students in Israel’s higher education system. The Committee promotes the colleges' shared policy on various issues, including the following: planning and budgeting, academic matters, future development, legislation, participation in Knesset committee discussions, and more.